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prove that eigen value of hermittian matrix are alays real.give example.use the above result to show that det (H-3I) cannot be zero.if h is hermittian matrix and I is unit matrix

# prove that eigen value of hermittian matrix are alays real.give example.use the above result to show that det (H-3I) cannot be zero.if h is hermittian matrix and I is unit matrix

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TERM PAPERENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
Topic:
PROVE THAT EIGEN VALUE OF A HERMITTIANMATRIX ARE ALWAYS REAL . GIVEEXAMPLE .USE THE ABOVE RESULT TOSHOW THAT THE DET(H-3I) CANNOT BE ZERO .IF H IS HERMITTIAN MATRIX AND I ISUNIT MATRIX
DOR: OCT19,2010DOS: NOV 16, 2010
Submitted to:Submitted by:
Ms. PRIYANKA SINGH Mr. ANKIT VERMADeptt. Of Engineering mathematics Roll. No.RK6005B36Reg.No. 11008924Class K6005

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

It acknowledges all the contributors involved in the preparation of this project. Including me,there is a hand of my teachers, some books and internet. I express most gratitude to mysubject teacher, who guided me in the right direction. The guidelines provided by her helpedme a lot in completing the assignment.The books and websites I consulted helped me to describe each and every point mentioned inthis project. Help of original creativity and illustration had taken and I have explained eachand every aspect of the project precisely.At last it acknowledges all the members who are involved in the preparation of this project.
ThanksANKIT VERMA

ABSTRACT
Inmathematics,eigenvalue, eigenvector, and eigenspace are related concepts in the field of linear  algebra. The prefixeigen-is adopted from the German word "eigen" for "innate", "idiosyncratic", "own".
Linear algebra studieslinear transformations,which are represented bymatricesacting onvectors. Eigenvalues, eigenvectors and eigenspaces are properties of amatrix. They are computed by a method described below, give important information about the matrix, and can be used inmatrixfactorization. They have applications in areas of applied mathematics as diverse In general, a matrix acts on avector by changing both itsmagnitudeand itsdirection. However, a matrix may act on certain vectors by changing only their magnitude, and leaving their directionunchanged (or possibly reversing it). These vectors are the
eigenvectors
of the matrix. A matrix actson an eigenvector by multiplying its magnitude by a factor, which is positive if its direction isunchanged and negative if its direction is reversed. This factor is the
eigenvalue
associated with thateigenvector. An
eigenspace
is the set of all eigenvectors that have the same eigenvalue, together withthe zero vector.