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# If A and B are Any 2 × 2 Matrices, Then det (A + B) = 0 Implies

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## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

None of these

det (A + B) cannot be expressed in terms of det A and det B. Hence the given equation gives no inference.

Hence none of these is the correct answer.

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