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A square matrix is singular whenever 

  1. The rows are linearly independent
  2. The columns are linearly independent
  3. The row are linearly dependent
  4. None of the above
asked in Linear Algebra by Veteran (29k points)   | 141 views

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When the rows are linearly dependent the determinant of the matrix becomes 0 hence in that case it will become singular matrix.

Hence C is the correct option.

answered by Veteran (65k points)  
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