Okay, I'm learning currently how to solve for the determinent of a Matrix. Of course the book explains how to solve for a 2 X 2 Matrix, a 3 X 3 Matrix, a 4 X 4 Matrix, ect. But it says nothing about how to solve for a 3 X 2 Matrix.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any idea how to do this? I'm really baffled on this.

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# Solving for the Determinent of a Matrix

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