matrices doubt

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?

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kya ye thought sahi hai

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vaise iska formula bhi hote ha kya, hame nahi pata

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A*Adj(A) = |A| I

I is the identity matrix, so adj(A) is not a value.

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so you support the statement

Yeah bro

Is it A?

Yes,how?

Use A.M - G.M inequality on s-a , s-b and s-c

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Oh okay thanks