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Because elementary matrices are a result of identity matrices by applying elementary operations. Also an elementary matrix is invertible. And as determinant of an identity matrix is 1`!=0` . Hence the determinant of elementary matrices is non-zero.
If E is an elementary matrix, then E is invertible i.e `E^(-1)` exist. Hence
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