(i) Determine all the eigenvalues of A

(ii) For each eigenvalue of A, find the set of eigenvectors corresponding to

A = ( 1 2 )

( 3 2 )

I found eigenvalues of A to be 4 and -1.

I also found the eigenvectors to be (2/3,1) for =4 and (-1,1) for =-1

BUT the solution in the back of the book says (2,3) for =4 and (1,-1) for =1

I'm soo confusedd! Can someone tell me what's wrongg? Am I calculating the eigenvectors wrong?

Here's how i calculate eigenvector for =4

A-4I = (-3 2)

(3 -2)

then (-3 2 |0)

(3 -2 |0)

and i end up with x1 -(2/3) x2 =0. so x2 = t, and x1 = (2/3)t. eigenvector = (2/3,1) but book says (2,3)

and for =-1

A-(-1)I = (2 3 )

(2 3 )

then (2 3 |0)

(2 3 |0)

and i end up with x1+x2=0. x2= t and x1 = -t. eigenvector = (-1,1) but book says (1,-1)