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Can someone tell me where I went wrong evaluating this matrice?

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Started out with this, |dw:1361293377316:dw|
I'm just gonna type what I did next,
3( 0 - 0) - (-3) (6-0) - (-3) (-15 - 0)

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3(0) - (-3)(6) - (-3) (15) 0 - (-18) - (-3) (45)
I didnt solve it completely. I knew it wasnt going to come out right.
hmm you trying to find determinant?
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Noo, I'm suppose to evaluate it
well u did a sign mistkae i corrected it.
Alright, still doesnt change much
0-3(5) +3 (5*-3) 0-15-45 i think should be soemthing like this
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the last 3 should be +
Ah, I was following a video tutorial on how to do these & the guy changed the last 2 signs. So I thought I had to do the same. So my answer is 30

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