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problems/complex 10 Eigenvalue numbers Eigenvalues and eigenvectors Read: Boas Ch. 3, sec. 10-12, Ch. 2 10.1 Figure 1: Left: 3 masses for computation of inertia tensor. Right: imagine rotating cylinder around axis of symmetry, or around one rotated by an angle. Let's start with a physical example which illustrates the kind of math we need to develop. A set of masses or a rigid body with some mass distribution...

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Works CitedAncient Ghana: Empire of Ancient Ghana. &lt;http:/www.ghana.co.uk/history/history/ ancient_ghana.htm&gt;. Ghana.co.uk 1999-2004.Ghana Home Page.&quot;Empire of Ancient Ghana.&quot;&lt;http:/www.ghanaweb.com/Ghana HomePage/history/ancient_ghana.php&gt;.
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Works Cited Deca, Kelechi. Stopping the Traffic. Economist. 8 May 2004. Vol. 371 Issue 8374, 1616, 1/9p; (AN 13065052)