10 Answered Questions for the topic Eigenvalues

What could be the eigenvalues of the transpose of a matrix?

A is an nxn matrix and f : Rn,n ---> Rn,nf(A) = f(AT)How can I find the eigenvalues of f? Thank you for the help,

08/20/20

Can you please help with eigenvalues of matrix?

From below choices, select all correct approaches for finding the eigenvalues of matrixA.) First form a new matrix ,  compute its determinant and then find the roots of the polynomial equation: The... more

08/20/20

Please help with this question!

Solve the following linear, homogeneous system of ODEs:    the 3 eigenvalues of the coefficient matrix are: 

08/12/20

How do I find the the 3 eigenvalues of the following matrix ?

The 3 eigenvalues of the following matrix are the same.  Find the eigenvalues and determine the values for  and . Find the eigenvectors of the eigenvalues. Please show all steps.

08/12/20

Solve the following 1st order linear homogeneous ODEs

Solve the following 1st order linear homogeneous ODEs:    The  eigenvalues of the coefficient matrix are:     

08/07/20

Please clerify this question!

Given the following 1st order linear homogeneous system: its coefficient matrix    has two repeated real eigenvalues      but only one independent eigenvector    I got an answer below but I am not... more

08/03/20

Please help with ODE!!

Use the Eigenvalue Method to solve the following system of ODEs:  My answer was λ3 +3λ2-4=0Eigenvalues: 1, eigenvector: 1, -1, 1Eigenvalues: 2,eigenvector: -1, 1, 0

07/30/20

Use the Eigenvalue Method to solve the following system of ODES

Use the Eigenvalue Method to solve the following system of ODES:  Hint: The corresponding coefficient matrix has a pair of complex eigenvalues.

07/27/20

Find the eigenvalues and their corresponding eigenvectors. Please help!!!

Find the eigenvalues and their corresponding eigenvectors of:  Hint: Use EROs to create two zeros in one row or one column of      first.

Find the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for y'' - 2y' + (1 + lambda)y = 0 with y(0) = y(1) = 0,

Please could someone show me a step by step method that works for all these kind of problems.

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