Posted by **Brody** on Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at 7:58pm.

Suppose C and D and 5x5 matrices and det(C)=5, det(D)=6. Compute the determinant of the matrix 3C^T (4CD)^-1 C^2. Justify your answer by stating explicitly which calculation rules for the determinant you use.

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