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CBSE Class 12-science Answered

Tips for solving please help...
Asked by Rahul Rathnakumar | 16 Mar, 2013, 02:38: PM
Expert Answer
Okay, so, in order to prove that the determinant of a matrix = 0, you should always aim at getting maximum zeroes throughout. 
 
So, it is very simple. You just need to get maximum 0s. Practice 4-5 of these and you will start understanding what needs to be done. 
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