Answer to Question #18125 in Linear Algebra for Gibran
If we divide each of these rows by 2 then we have to multiply det(A) by 2^6=64.
Now det(A)=64*det(B), where all entries of B are again integer, so det(B) is
And then detA is integer and multiply of 64.
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