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For an n by n matrix C, prove: If C is invertible and every entry of C and of C^(-1) is an integer, then det(C)=+1 or -1.?
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For an n by n matrix C, prove: If C is invertible and every entry of C and of C^(-1) is an integer, then det(C)=+1 or -1.?
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