(i.e. if it is a log, use the log properties to write your final \text { answer as } \pm \log _{a}\left(b^{n}\right) Hint: Recall that an inverse has no inverse, if its determinant is zero. (Evaluate the determinant of A, equate it to zero and exclude that bad point if any).

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