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# Linear Algebra 2

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Linear Algebra 2
Matrix Eigenvalue
Problems

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\ue000LetA = [ajk] be a given n x n matrix and consider the
vector equation
(1)
\ue000A value of\u03bb for which (1) has solution x\u2260 0 is called
eigenvalueor characteristic value of the matrix A.
\ue000The corresponding solution x\u2260 0 of (1) is called
eigenvectorsor characteristic vectors
\ue000The set ofeigenvalues is called spectrum of A
\ue000The largest of absolute value ofeigenvalues of A is
called the spectral radius of A.
\ue000The set of all eigenvectors corresponding to an
eigenvalue of A, together with 0, forms a vector
space, called theeigenspace of A.
x
Ax\u03bb
=