Let A = Find an invertible and a diagonal such that S = D = I have never seen a problem like this and i am just a little confused on where to begin.. Thank you for any help
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Originally Posted by mybrohshi5 Let A = Find an invertible and a diagonal such that S = D = I have never seen a problem like this and i am just a little confused on where to begin.. Thank you for any help on the main diagonal of D put the eigenvalues of A and the columns of S are the eigenvectors corresponding to the eigenvalues of A.
This is what i got but it says it is wrong. for my eigenvalues i got and from my eigenvalue of i got the eigenvector of from my eigenvalue of i got the eigenvector of so for my S matrix i got S = D = Can you see what i did wrong? Thanks for the help
Never mind i got it. the 1/6 is supposed to be a -1/6 Thanks again for the help
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