What is the largest and smallest possible value for a 3x3 matrix with entries either 1 or 0?


Call a matrix with only 0s and 1s a 0/1-matrix. It should be clear that the max and min determinants of a 2x2 0/1-matrix is ±1. Next, if any row or column of a 3x3 0/1-matrix has: A) all 0s, then the determinant is 0. B) exactly one 1, then by
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