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If A is square matrix with a row or column of all zeroes then det(A) = 0 how can i prove this.

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

U can take determinant by taking the coeff from a specific row or column multiplying its cofactor. Since the coeff itself is 0... no matter what the cofactor is it will still be 0's

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