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Is it possible to prove that a non singular matrix has non zero norm columns or rows?

Any help is highly appreciated!

Thanks

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If a column has zero norm then the column is the zero vector. The columns are not linearly independent and so the matrix is not invertible. Similar reasoning applies to rows.

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