what is adj.adj.adj…k times…adj(A) where k tends to infinity and determinant value of A is greater than 2. one person to whom i asked this doubt said that adjoint of a matrix is not a number and thus it will exist for every determinant value of such expression. can anyone here confirm this.
Formula Chahiye ya method?
kya ye thought sahi hai
vaise iska formula bhi hote ha kya, hame nahi pata
A*Adj(A) = |A| I
I is the identity matrix, so adj(A) is not a value.
so you support the statement
Is it A?
Use A.M - G.M inequality on s-a , s-b and s-c
Oh okay thanks