9_Matrices - Ax = λ x , where A =(a i,j ) nxn a matrix of...

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Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors 9/22/11 If the equation is satisfied for x other than the null vector, then each such x is an eigenvector, also called characteristic vector of A, and λ is an eigenvalue. Consider an equation of the form
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Unformatted text preview: Ax = λ x , where A =(a i,j ) nxn a matrix of knowns, x =(x i ) nx1 a vector of unkowns, and λ is an unkown scalar. Trace of a matrix tr(A) Product of eigenvalues Inverse of a matrix...
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