Consider the following statements:
Which one of the following statements is correct?
det (A + B) is not equal to det (A) + det (B), it means that
if A and B both are singular then, the determinant of sum of A and B may not to be equal to 0.
S1 is correct
Similarly, if A and B are non singular matrix, then det(A+B) may not be Non Zero, it can be Zero means Singular.
S2 is also correct
$\boldsymbol{\textbf{A. Is correct option }}$
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