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the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, . Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, . Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, . Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they? Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector. Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, Av = λv. Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, Av = λv. Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, Av = λv. Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector. Av = λv.
√
λ1 = 2
1
v1 = √
2−1 • That is, Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector is
parallel to the position
vector.
• That is, Av = λv. Introduction to systems of equations
• You should see two
“special” directions.
• What are they?
• Directions along which
the velocity vector...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2014 for the course MATH 256 taught by Professor Ericcytrynbaum during the Spring '13 term at The University of British Columbia.
 Spring '13
 EricCytrynbaum
 Differential Equations, Systems Of Equations, Eigenvectors, Equations, Vectors

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