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The first eigenvalue is λ=1/2+3/2i. To find the corresponding eigenvector u=[a,b], substitute this into the eigenvalue equation, (A-λI)u=0. You get the following two equations:
You can now choose either a or b to be 1, and see what the other component has to be. If a=1, the first equation tells us
(3/2-3/2i)-5/2b=0, or b=3/5-3/5i.
We don't get any new information from the second equation. So the eigenvector is
Similarly, the second eigenvalue λ=1/2-3/2i gives the eigenvector
Let me know if you know how to proceed from here.