Answer :

Applying, R_{2}→R_{2} – R_{1} and R_{3}→R_{3} – R_{1} we get,

Taking (a – b) and (a – c) common we get,

= (a – b)(c – a)(b – c)

So, Δ = (a – b)(b – c)(c – a)

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