Question

Solution

Correct option is

8/3 where C­1 = (2) (0) – (1) (1) = –1

C2 = –[(1) (0) – (1) (–1) = –1

C3 = (1) (1) – (2) (–1) = 3

Putting these values, we get (expanding along last row) SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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Q2

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Q10

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