The matrix determinant

Matrix A:


This calculator will help you learn how to find the matrix determinant in various ways:

  • using the Gauss method
  • Using the Rule of Triangles
  • by the Rule of Sarrius
  • using the Leibniz formula
  • by the Gauss-Montante method (the Bareys algorithm)

Our service not only allows you to get a matifier, but also provides a sequence of solutions with comments and explanations online, for free. Also, a calculator can be useful in verifying the correctness of the self-executed solution.

Fill in the fields for the matrix elements and click the corresponding button.

  • Use + and - to select the desired matrix size. If you need a non-square matrix, then just leave unnecessary cells empty.
  • Enter the value of the matrix elements in the cells. Values can be:
    • whole numbers: 7, -3, 0
    • decimal (finite and periodic) fractions: 7/8, 6.13, -1.3(56), 1.2e-4
    • arithmetic expressions: 1/2+3*(6-4), (6-y)/x^3, 2^0.5
  • Click on the button with the name of the required mathematical operation.
  • Values in the solution results can be dragged with the mouse to different fields. For example, the resulting matrix can be dragged onto the source data field, for further resolution.

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