Algebra 2
posted by Nikki .
What is the solution for the determinant?
1 7 
0 3
How do you find the solution? I'm probably going to feel really stupid because it's probably simple but I'm just having some problems. Okay, a lot.

you could do
(1*3)  7(0) = 3 
in general though see:
http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/matrixdeterminant.html
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