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DETERMINANTS

DETERMINANTS

2.1

Basic Concepts

The eliminant of the variables from the equations

(i)

a1x + b1y = 0, a2x + b2y = 0

is

a1 b1

a2 b 2 = a1b2 – a2b1 = D

(ii)

a1x + b1y + c1z = 0, a2x + b2y + c2z = 0 is

a1 b1 c1

a3x + b3y + c3z = 0, a2 b2 c 2 = D

a3 b3 c 3

**Expansion w.r.t. first row.
**

a c

a b

b c

a1 b2 c 2 – b1 a2 c 2 + c1 a2 b 2 = a1 (b2c3 – b3c2) – b1(a2c3 – a3c2) + c1 (a2b3 – a3b2)

3

3

3

3

3

3

Expansion w.r.t. first column.

a1

b2 c 2

b1 c1

b1 c1

b3 c 3 – a2 b3 c 3 + a3 b2 c 2 = a1 (b2c3 – b3c2) – a2 (b1c3 – b3c1) + a3 (b1c2 – b2c1)

If you compare term by term you will observe that the two expansions are same.

2.2

Properties Of Determinant

1.

The value of determinant is not altered by changing rows into columns and columns into rows.

2.

If any two adjacent rows or two adjacent columns of a determinate are interchanged, the determinant retains its absolute value but changes its sign.

3.

If any line of a determinant D be passed over p parallel lines the resultant determinate is (–1)p D.

4.

If any two rows or two columns of a determinant are identical, then the determinant vanishes.

5.

If each constituent in any row or in any column be multiplied by the same factor then the determinant

is multiplied by that factor.

6.

**If each constituent in any row or column consists of r terms then the determinant can be expressed
**

as the sum of r determinants.

7.

If to or from each constituent of a row (or column) of a determinant are added or subtracted the equimultiples of the corresponding constituent of any other row (or column) the determinant remains unaltered.

(a)

**The value of a determinant is obtained by multiplying the elements of any row (or column) with the
**

corresponding cofactors and adding the resulting products.

(b)

If we multiply the elements of any row (or column) with the corresponding cofactors of any other row

(or column) and add them, then the result is zero.

(c)

**If D’ is the determinant formed by replacing the elements of a determinant D by their corresponding
**

cofactors, then D’ = D2.

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2.3

DETERMINANTS

Special Determinants :

(1)

Symmetric determinant.

a h g

h b f = abc + 2fgh – af 2 – bg2 – ch2

g f c

In this the elements aij = aji or the elements situated at equal distance from the diagonal are equal

both in magnitude and sign.

(2)

Skew symmetric determinant of odd order.

0

b -c

a = 0.

-b 0

c -a 0

All the diagonal elements are zero and aij = – aji or the elements situated at equal distance from the

diagonal are equal in magnitude but opposite in sign. Its value is zero.

(3)

Circulant

a b c

b c a = – (a3 + b3 + c3 – 3abc)

c a b

**The three rows or columns are the cyclic arrangement of the letters a, b, c, i.e. a, b, c ; b, c, a
**

and c, a, b respectively.

(4)

Factors of three important determinants :

(i)

1 1 1

a b c = (a – b) (b – c) (c – a)

a2 b2 c 2

1 1 1

(ii) a b c =(a – b) (b – c) (c – a) (a + b + c)

a3 b3 c 3

1 1 1

(iii) a2 b2 c 2 = (a – b) (b – c) (c – a) (ab + bc + ca)

a3 b3 c 3

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DETERMINANTS

SOLVED PROBLESM

Ex.1

x

sinθ cosθ

1

is independent of q.

Prove that the determinant -sinθ -x

cosθ

1

x

Sol.

We shall expand this determinant, using Sarrus Method.

Thus,

x

sin q

cos q

x

sin q

–sin q

–x

1

–sin q

–x

cos q

1

x

cos q

1

3

2

2

3

**D = (–x + sin q cos q – sin q cos q) – (–x cos q + x – x sin q) = –x
**

Hence, the determinant is independent of q.

Ex.2

Evaluate :

1

x

y

y

(i) 1 x + y

1

x

x+y

Sol.

(i)

Let

x

y

x+y

(ii)

y

x+y

x

x+y

x

y

1 x

y

y

D = 1 x+y

1 x

x+y

**Expanding it along the first column, we have
**

x+y

y

x

y

x

y

x

x+y – 1 x x+y + 1 x+y y

D=1

2

2

= [(x + y) – xy] – [x (x + y) – xy] + [xy – xy – y ]

2

2

2

2

= x + y + xy – x – y = xy

(ii)

Let

x

y

x+y

y

x+y

x

x+y

x

y

D=

=x

x+y x

y

x

y

x+y

x

y – y x + y y + (x + y) x + y

x

2

2

2

2

2

2

= x (xy + y – x ) – y (y – x – xy) + (x + y) (xy – x – y – 2xy)

2

2

3

3

2

2

2

3

2

2

2

2

3

2

= x y + xy – x – y + x y + xy + x y – x – xy – 2x y + xy – x y – y – 2xy

3

3

3

3

= – 2x – 2y = –2 (x + y )

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DETERMINANTS

Ex.3

Solve the equation

Sol.

Let

D=

x+α

x

x

x

x+α

x

= 0, (a ¹ 0).

x

x

x+α

x+a

x

x

x

x+a

x

x

x

x+a

x+a

x

x

x

x x+a

x

x+a – x x x+a + x x

x

= (x + a)

2

2

2

2

= (x + a) [(x + a) – x ] – x [x (x + a) – x ] + x [x – x (x + a)]

3

2

3

3

2

2

= (x + a) – x (x + a) – ax – ax

2

= (x + a) – x – 3ax

3

2

2

3

3

2

= x + 3ax + 3a x + a – x – 3ax

2

= 3a x + a

3

**Equating it to zero, we have
**

2

3

3a x + a = 0

Ex.4

Þ

x= –

a

3

**If a, b and c are real numbers, and
**

b+c c+a a+ b

D = c+a a+b b+c = 0

a+ b b+c c+a

Show that either a + b + c = 0 or a = b = c

Sol.

Here,

2 (a + b + c ) c + a a + b

D = 2 (a + b + c ) a + b b + c

2 (a + b + c ) b + c c + a

(C1 ® C1 + C2 + C3)

1 c +a a+b

= 2 (a + b + c) 1 a + b b + c

1 b+c c+a

1 c+a a+b

= 2 (a + b + c) 0 b - c c - a

0 b-a c -b

(R2 ® R2 – R1; R3 ® R3 – R1)

b-c c -a

= 2 (a + b + c) × 1 b - a c - b

= 2 (a + b + c) [(b – c) (c – b) – (b – a) (c – a)]

2

2

2

= 2 (a + b + c) [bc – c – b + bc – bc + ac + ab – a ]

2

2

2

= 2 (a + b + c) (ab + bc + ca – a – b – c )

Equating D to zero, we have

2

2

2

2 (a + b + c) (ab + bc + ca – a – b – c ) = 0

2

2

Þ

Either a + b + c = 0 or ab + bc + ca = a + b + c

Þ

Either a + b + c = 0 or a = b = c

2

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Ex.5

Sol.

DETERMINANTS

α α2 β + γ

Show that β β2 γ + α = (b – g) (g – a) (a – b ) (a + b + g)

γ γ2 α + β

Let

a - b a 2 - b2 b - a

a a2 b + g

2

2

2

g - b (R ® R – R ; R ® R – R )

D = b b g +a = b-g b -g

1

1

2

2

2

3

2

2

g

g

a

+b

g g

a+b

a + b -1

1 a + b -1

0

= (a – b) (b – g) 1 b + g - 1 = (a – b) (b – g)

b + g - 1 (C1 ® C1 + C3)

0

2

g g

a+b

a + b + g g2 a + b

= (a – b) (b – g) (a + b + g)

a + b -1

b + g -1

= (a – b) (b – g) (a + b + g) (–a –b + b + g) = (a – b) (b – g) (g – a) (a + b + g)

Ex.6

3a

-a + b -a + c

3b

-b + c = 3 (a + b + c) (ab + bc + ca)

Show that -b + a

-c + a -c + b

3c

Sol.

Using C1 ® C1 + C2 + C3, we have

a+b+c -a+b -a+c

1 -a+b -a+c

3b

- b + c = (a + b + c) 1

D = a+b+c

3b

-b+c

a+b+c -c+b

3c

1 -c +b

3c

1 -a+b -a +c

= (a + b + c) 0 a + 2b a - b

0 a - c a + 2c

= (a + b + c) × 1.

(R2 ® R2 – R1; R3 ® R3 – R1)

a + 2b a - b

a - c a + 2c = (a + b + c) [(a + 2b) (a + 2c) – (a – b) (a – c)]

= (a + b + c) (3ab + 3bc + 3ca) = 3 (a + b + c) (ab + bc + ca)

Ex.7

1 1+ p

1+ p + q

Prove that 2 3 + 2p 4 + 3p + 2q = 1

3 6 + 3p 10 + 6p + 3q

Sol.

Let

1 1+ p 1 + p + q

1 1+ p

1+ p + q

2 + p (R2 ® R2 – R1; R3 ® R3 – R1)

D = 2 3 + 2p 4 + 3p + 2q = 0 1

0 3

7 + 3p

3 6 + 3p 10 + 6p + 3q

1 2+p

= 3 7 + 3p = (7 + 3p) – 3(2 + P) = 1

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DETERMINANTS

Ex.8

x + 2 x + 3 x + 2a

If a, b, c are in AP, prove that : x + 3 x + 4 x + 2b = 0

x + 4 x + 5 x + 2c

Sol.

Let

x + 2 x + 3 x + 2a

D = x + 3 x + 4 x + 2b

x + 4 x + 5 x + 2c

=

x + 2 x + 3 x + 2a

1

1

2(b - a)

2

2

2(c - a)

=

x+2 x+3

x + 2a

1

1

2(b - a)

0

0

2(c - a) - 4(b - a)

= [2 (c – a) – 4 (b – a)]

(R2 ® R2 – R1; R3 ® R3 – R1)

(R3 ® R3 – 2r2)

x+2 x+3

1

1

= [2c – 2a – 4b + 4a] (x + 2 – x – 3)

= [2c + 2a – 4b] (–1) = (4b – 2a – 2c)

(....1)

Since, a, b, c are in AP,

2b = a + c

\

4b = 2a + 2c

Hence by (1), D = 0

Ex.9

(b + c)2

a2

a2

3

2

2

Prove that

b

(c + a)

b2

= 2abc (a + b + c)

c2

c2

(a + b)2

Sol.

**Replacing C2 by C2 – C1 and C3 by C3 – C1, we have
**

(b + c )2 a2 - (b + c )2 a2 - (b + c )2

b2 + c 2 + 2bc a - b - c a - b - c

2

2

2

2

b

(

c

a

)

b

0

+

D=

= (a + b + c)

b2

c + a-b

0

2

2

2

c2

0

a+b-c

c

0

(a + b) - c

Replacing R1 by R1 – R2 – R3, we have

2

D = (a + b + c)

Replacing C2 by C3 +

2bc

- 2c

- 2b

b2 c + a - b

0

c2

0

a+b-c

1

1

C and C3 by C3 +

C , we have

b 1

c 1

2bc

2

D = (a + b + c)

b

2

0

c+a

c2

b

c2

0

b2

c

a+b

2

= 2bc (a + b + c) [(a + c) (a + b) – bc]

2

2

= 2bc (a + b + c) (a + ab + bc – bc)

3

= 2abc (a + b + c)

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DETERMINANTS

Ex.10

Find the values of h if area of a triangle is 4 sq. units and vertices are (i) (k, 0) (4, 0) (0, 2)

Sol.

(i)

The area of the triangle =

1 k 0 1

4 0 1

2 0 2 1

=

1

[k (0 – 2) – 0(4 – 0) + 1(8 – 0)]

2

=

1

(–2k + 8) = (4 – k) sq units

2

**According to the question,
**

4–k=4

or

4 – k = –4

Þ

k=0

k=8

Hence, the possible values of k are 0 and 8.

(ii)

Area of the triangle =

1 -2 0 1

0 4 1

2 0 k 1

=

1

[–2 (4 – k) – 0 (0 – 0) + 1 (0 – 0)]

2

= (k – 4) sq units

According to the question,

k–4=4

or

k – 4 = –4

Þ

k=8

k=0

Hence, the possible values of k are 8 and 0.

Ex.11

Sol.

**Using determinants, find the equation of the line AB, joining
**

(i)

A (1, 2) and B (3, 6)

(ii)

A (3, 1) and B (9, 3)

Let P (x, y) be any point on AB. Then, area of the triangle ABP is zero, since the points A, B and P are

collinear. So,

(i)

1 1 2 1

3 6 1 =0

2 x y 1

Þ

1

[1 (6 – y) – 2(3 – x) + 1(3y – 6x)] = 0

2

Þ

6 – y – 6 + 2x + 3y – 6x = 0

Þ

y = 2x

Hence, the equation of the line AB is y = 2x.

(ii)

1 3 1 1

9 3 1 =0

2 x y 1

Þ

1

[3 (3 – y) – 1(9 – x) + 1(9y – 3x)] = 0

2

Þ

9 – 3y – 9 + x + 9y – 3x = 0

Þ

2x = 6y

Þ

x = 3y

Hence, the equation of the line AB is x = 3y.

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DETERMINANTS

UNSOLVED PROBLEMS

EXERCISE – I

Q.1

é4 - 3ù

é2 5ù

If A = ê2 1ú and B = ê2 5 ú , verify that |AB| = |A| |B|

ë

ë

û

û

Q.2

b2c 2 bc b + c

Without expanding evaluate the determinant c 2a2 ca c + a

a2b2 ab a + b

Q.3

1 a a2 - bc

2

Without expanding evaluate the determinant 1 b b - ac

1 c c 2 - ab

Q.4

(a x - a - x )2 (a x - a - x )2 1

(a y + a - y )2 (a y - a - y )2 1

Without expanding evaluate the determinant

(a2 + a - z )2 (a z - a -z )2 1

Q.5

**sin a cos a sin( a + d)
**

Without expanding evaluate the determinant sin b cos b sin( b + d )

sin g cos g sin( g + d)

Q.6

Prove that

1+ a

1

1

1 1 1ö

æ

1 1+ b

1 = abc 1 ç1 + + + ÷ = abc + ab + bc + ca

1

1 1+ c

è a b cø

Q.7

Prove that

a + b + 2c

a

b

c

b + c + 2a

b

= 2(a + b + c)3

c

a

c + a + 2b

Q.8

(b + c )2 a2 bc

Prove that (c + a)2 b 2 ca = (a2 + b2 + c2) (a + b + c) (b – c) (c – a) (a – b)

(a + b)2 c 2 ab

Q.9

1 + a2 - b 2

2ab

- 2ab

2ab

1 - a2 + b2

2a

= (1 + a2 + b2)2

Show that

2

2

2b

1- a - b

- 2a

Q.10

Solve :

Q.11

x x 2 1 + x3

2

3

If x ¹ y ¹ z and y y 1 + y = 0, then prove that 1 + xyz = 0

z z2 1 + z3

Q.12

log a p 1

If a, b, c are all positive and are pth, qth and rth terms respectively of a G.P. then prove that log b q 1 = 0

log c r 1

Q.13

Find the area of a triangle with vertices :

Q.14

Find the value of l so that the points given below are collinear (l, 2 – 2l), (–l + 1, 2l) and (–4, –l, 6 – 2l)

Q.15

Using determinants, find the area of the triangle, whose vertices are (–2, 4), (2, –6) and (5, 4). Are the given

points collinear ?

3x - 8

3

3

=0

3

3x - 8

3

3

3

3x - 8

(–3, 5), (3, –6), (7, 2)

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DETERMINANTS

BOARD PROBLES

EXERCISE – II

Q.1

1 x x3

Prove 1 y y 3 = (x – y) (y – z) (z – x) (x + y + z).

1 z z3

[C.B.S.E. 2000]

Q.2

b2c 2 bc b + c

Prove using properties of determinants c 2a2 ca c + a = 0.

a2b2 ab a + b

[C.B.S.E. 2001]

Q.3

Prove using properties of determinants

[C.B.S.E. 2002]

(a)

Q.4

(b)

x+y

x x

5 x + 4y 4 x 2x = x3.

10 x + 8 y 8x 3 x

Using the properties of determinants, show that

(a)

Q.5

1 x + y x2 + y2

1 y + z y 2 + z2 = (x – y) (y – z) (z – x).

1 z + x z2 + x 2

[C.B.S.E. 2002]

43 3 6

35 21 4 = 0.

17 9 2

(b)

9 9 12

1 3 -4

1 9 12

Using the properties of determinants, show that

(a)

[C.B.S.E. 2003]

a+x

y

z

x

a+y

z

= a2(a + x + y + z).

x

y

a+z

(b)

0 ab 2 ac 2

a2b 0 bc 2 .

a2c cb2 0

y+z

z

y

z

z+x

x

= 4xyz

y

x

x+y

Q.6

Using the properties of determinants, prove that

Q.7

x+a a-x a-x

Using the properties of determinants, solve for x a - x a + x a - x = 0.

a-x a-x a+x

[C.B.S.E. 2005]

Q.8

x +1 x + 2 x + a

Show that x + 2 x + 3 x + b = 0 where a, b and c are in A.P..

x+3 x+4 x+c

[C.B.S.E. 2005]

Q.9

Using the properties of determinants, prove that

[C.B.S.E. 2005]

(a)

1 1 1

a b c = (a – b) (b – c) (c – a) (a + b + c)

a3 b3 c 3

(b)

x

y

z

2

2

x

y

z2 = (x – y) (y – z) (z – x) (x + y + z).

y+z z+x x+y

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DETERMINANTS

Q.10

x +1 x + 2 x + a

If a, b and c are in A.P., show that x + 2 x + 3 x + b = 0

x+3 x+4 x+c

[C.B.S.E. 2006]

Q.11

Using the properties of determinants, prove that

[C.B.S.E. 2006]

(a)

Q.12

a b c

b+c c+a a+b

q+r r +p p+q = 2 p q r

x y z

y+z z+x x+y

(b)

3a - a + b - a + c

a-b

3b

c - b = 3(a + b + c) (ab + bc + ca)

a-c b-c

3c

Using the properties of determinants, prove that

(a)

1 bc bc(b + c )

1 ca ca(c + a) = 0.

1 ab ab(a + b)

[C.B.S.E. 2007]

(b)

x x2 yz

y y2 zx = (x – y) (y – z) (z – x) (xy + yz + zx)

z z2 xy

Q.13

x x 2 1 + x3

If x, y, z are different and y y 2 1 + y 3 = 0, show that xyz = –1.

z z2 1 + z3

[C.B.S.E. 2008]

Q.14

a b c

If a, b and c are all positive and distinct, show that D = b c a has a negative value.

c a b

[C.B.S.E. 2008]

Q.15

Solve for x :

Q.16

Using the properties of determinants.

3x - 8

3

3

= 0.

3

3x - 8

3

3

3

3x - 8

(a)

x x 2 1 + ax 3

y y 2 1 + ay 3 = (1 + axyz) (x – y) (y – z) (z – x)

z z 2 1 + az 3

(b)

1 + a2 - b 2

2ab

- 2b

2ab

1 - a2 + b2

2a

= (1 + a2 + b2)3

2

2

2b

1- a - b

- 2a

(c)

1 x x2

x 2 1 x = (1 – x3)2

x x2 1

(d)

1 a2 + bc a3

1 b2 + ca b3 = – (a – b) (b – c) (c – a) (a2 + b2 + c2).

1 c 2 + ab c 3

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Q.17

Q.18

Q.19

DETERMINANTS

Using properties of determinants, prove the following :

(a)

1 + a2 - b2

2ab

- 2b

2ab

1 - a2 + b2

2a

= (1 + a2 + b2)3

2b

1 - a2 - b2

- 2a

(b)

a2 + 1 ab

ac

ba b2 + 1 bc

= 1 + a2 + b2 + c2

2

ca

cb c + 1

(c)

1 1+ p

1+ p + q

2 3 + 2p 1 + 3p + 2q = 1

3 6 + 3p 1 + 6p + 3q

(d)

a

b

c

a - b b - c c - a = a3 + b3 + c3 – 3abc

b+c c +a a+b

Using properties of determinants, prove the following :

[C.B.S.E. 2009]

[C.B.S.E. 2010]

(a)

(b + c )2

ab

ca

2

ab

(a + c )

bc

= 2abc (a + b + c)3

2

ac

bc

(a + b)

(b)

a + b + 2c

a

b

c

b + c + 2a

b

= 2 (a + b + c)3

c

a

c + a + 2b

[C.B.S.E. 2010]

Using properties of determinants, solve the following for x :

[C.B.S.E. 2011]

x-2

x-4

2x - 3

2x - 9

3x - 4

3 x - 16

x - 8 2x - 27 3x - 64

=0

Q.20

b+c

a

a

+

b

c

a

b

Using properties of determinants, show that

c

c

a+b

Q.21

Using properties of determinants prove the following :

[C.B.S.E. 2012]

[C.B.S.E. 2013]

x

x+y

x + 2y

x + 2y

x

x+y

x+y

x + 2y

x

= y2(x + y)

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DETERMINANTS

ANSWER KEY

EXERCISE – 1 (UNSOLVED PROBLEMS)

2. 0

10. x =

11 11 2

,

,

3

3 3

3. 0

4. 0

13. 46 sq. unit

14. l =

5. 0

1

, –1

2

15. 35 sq. units, No

**EXERCISE – 2 (BOARD PROBLEMS)
**

4. (b) 576

3 3 3

5. (b) 2a b c

7. 0 or 3a

15.

2

11

or

3

3

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