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Misc 14 Using properties of determinants, prove that: 11+p1+p+q23+2p4+3p+2q36+3p10+6p+3q = 1 Taking L.H.S 11+p1+p+q23+2p4+3p+2q36+3p10+6p+3q Applying R2→ R2 – 2R1 = 11+p1+p+q𝟐−𝟐(𝟏)3+2p−2(1+p)4+3𝑝+2𝑝−2(1+𝑝+𝑞)36+3p−210+6p+3q = 11+p1+p+q𝟎12+𝑝36+3p10+6p+3q Applying R3→ R3 – 3R2 = 11+p1+p+q012+p𝟑−𝟑(𝟏)6+3𝑝−3(1+𝑝)10+6𝑝+3𝑞−3(1+𝑝+𝑞) = 11+p1+p+q012+p𝟎37+3𝑝 Expanding determinant along C1 = 1 12+p37+3p – 0 1+𝑝2+p37+3p + 0 1+𝑝1+p+q12+p = 1 12+p37+3p – 0 + 0 = 1 (7 + 3p – 3 (2 + p)) = 7 + 3p – 6 – 3p = 1 = R.H.S Hence Proved

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