- can be calculated ONLY if the matrix is square
- is the order of largest square sub-matrix present in a matrix
- is the same as no. of linearly dependent row or coloumn vectors in the matrix
- is the order of largest non-singular square sub-matrix present in a matrix

Answer: Option 4

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