The book says about the rank :

The rank of the non-zero matrix is the greatest order of determinant or minor

determinant of the matrix whose value does not vanish.

Will you please explain this expression in more details . Thanks very much.

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The book says about the rank :

The rank of the non-zero matrix is the greatest order of determinant or minor

determinant of the matrix whose value does not vanish.

Will you please explain this expression in more details . Thanks very much.

The rank of the non-zero matrix is the greatest order of determinant or minor

determinant of the matrix whose value does not vanish.

Will you please explain this expression in more details . Thanks very much.

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We have a calculator for finding the rank of matrix with steps

https://www.math10.com/scripts/matrices ... ators.html

And here we have an article that explains how to find the rank of a matrix.

https://www.math10.com/en/algebra/matri ... atrix.html

https://www.math10.com/scripts/matrices ... ators.html

And here we have an article that explains how to find the rank of a matrix.

https://www.math10.com/en/algebra/matri ... atrix.html

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