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Let $\mathbf{a},$ $\mathbf{b},$ $\mathbf{c}$ be vectors, and let $D$ be the determinant of the matrix whose column vectors are $\mathbf{a},$ $\mathbf{b},$ and $\mathbf{c}.$ Then the determinant of the matrix whose column vectors are $\mathbf{a} \times \mathbf{b},$ $\mathbf{b} \times \mathbf{c},$ and $\mathbf{c} \times \mathbf{a}$ is equal to \[k \cdot D^n.\]Enter the ordered pair $(k,n).$

 Oct 5, 2020
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(k,n) = (2,4).

 Oct 5, 2020

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