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**forensic91** Hello, I had 3 homework problems that I am having trouble with. I really have problems when it comes to proving things. Here goes

Assume A is an n x n invertible matrix. Prove the following identities:

a) adj( A^trace) = [adj(A)]^trace

b) adj( A^-1) = [adj(A)]^-1

c) adj(k*A) = k^(n-1) * adj(A), k E Real Number.

So I've tried a bit, starting out with

A^-1 = 1/det(a) * adj(a) then

A^(-1) * det(a) = adj(a) then I do the trace of both sides and don't really know where to go from there...

[det(a)*A^(-1)]^trace = [adj(A)]^trace

CAn anyone help me out?