Show that λ is an eigenvalue of the B matrix if, and only if λ is an eigenvalue of B'
It's supposed to be really easy to show that but I guess that it is only the case when you know how to do it :P
Show that λ is an eigenvalue of the B matrix if, and only if λ is an eigenvalue of B'
It's supposed to be really easy to show that but I guess that it is only the case when you know how to do it :P
Let's be clear. Please state what B' is. Notation isn't always uniform.
Is [tex]|\lambda I - B|[/tex] any different from [tex]|\lambda I - B'|[/tex]
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Fair enough. Now the answer to my determinant question...
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Pick any 2x2 matrix and play with it a bit.
Expand your exploration from there.
"Unique Answers Don't Care How You Find Them." - Many may have said it, but I hear it most from me.
"Unique Answers Don't Care How You Find Them." - Many may have said it, but I hear it most from me.
You seem to be done. Is there anything else you need to demonstrate to accomplish your purpose?
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