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# For any square matrix A, which statement is wrong-

- (adj A)
^{–1} = adj (A^{–1})
- (A
^{T})^{–1 }= (A^{–1})^{T}
- (A
^{3})^{–1} = (A^{–1})^{3}
- None of these

^{–1}= adj (A^{–1})^{T})^{–1 }= (A^{–1})^{T}^{3})^{–1}= (A^{–1})^{3}## The correct answer is: None of these

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