# Determinants and Adjugate : Proof

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1. Write a proof for the following statement: If A is any n x n non-singular matrix, then det(adj(A))=(det(A))^(n-1). Show work.

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det: is the determinant

adj: is the adjugate (or classical adjoint)

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