Determinant of an n×n matrix, Mathematics

How can we calculate the Determinant of an N×N Matrix?

Posted Date: 2/12/2013 4:52:39 AM | Location : United States





The determinant of an n×n matrix can be calculated by adding the products of the element in any row or column multiplied by their cofactors. If we utilized the symbol ? for determinant

Then ? = aA + bB + cC

Or = dD + eE + fF

Note: generally for calculation purposes we obtain ? = aA + bB + cC

Thus in the example under discussion

? = (4 *-3) + (2 * 2) + (3 * 3) = 1

Posted by | Posted Date: 2/12/2013 4:54:02 AM


Related Discussions:- Determinant of an n×n matrix, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Determinant of an n×n matrix, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Determinant of an n×n matrix Discussions

Write discussion on Determinant of an n×n matrix
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Unit Normal Vector - Three Dimensional Space The unit normal vector is illustrated to be, N (t) = → T' (t) / (|| T → ' (t)||) The unit normal is orthogonal or normal or


2x40 420x4 7x240 84x20 Explain how three expressions are equivalent.


Evaluate following sin 2 ?/3   and sin (-2 ?/3) Solution: The first evaluation in this part uses the angle 2 ?/3.  It is not on our unit circle above, though notice that  2 ?/

finding missing values from given triangle diagra m..

Stratified sampling In stratified sampling case the population is divided into groups in such a way that units in each group are as same as possible in a process called strati

How many permutations of the letters A B C D E F G H consist of string DEF?    Ans: It is the dilemma of finding number of words that can be formed along with the given 8 lette

how do u add and subtract integers

Common Graphs : In this section we introduce common graph of many of the basic functions. They all are given below as a form of example Example   Graph y = - 2/5 x + 3 .