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).-z ~ = SOL UI) OJ\! Math 203-001 Spring 2011 Exam 3 Name: Last First (P robl em 1) (25 points) For the matrix A = [ ~ ~ ] do the following: (1) Find all eigenvalues; (2) For each eigenvalue, find the basis of the eigenspace; (3) If it turns out that A is diagonalizable, find the corresponding diagonal matrix and the change of coordinates matrix . X I -=-2 ) A - ~ 2 , tY CJ J~~~ \ c{ c c \0 I,.l;. h..C\.~ 't 'y - \

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[ 1 1 2] (Problem 2) (25 points) Given matrix A = 0 0 0 and vectors -1 -1 -2 ,,~ [ ~2]' v ~ [ ~~ ] , w ~ [ i 7 ], detennine (with explanation) which of the vectors 'ii, V, ill are eigenvectors of matrix A. "L o 0 l -l -2 -2- ~ \ ~ - l- I - L-1. 6 o () 00

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