4)A)

there is find polinomial

so

B)there is matrices which is not diagonisable.

prove that if F=C (the field is C) then there is a polinomial

c)

does the previos part id true if F=R

?

dont knot from where to start,any starting guidence?

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- October 1st 2011, 03:47 AMtransgalacticpolinomial squared problem
4)A)

there is find polinomial

so

B)there is matrices which is not diagonisable.

prove that if F=C (the field is C) then there is a polinomial

c)

does the previos part id true if F=R

?

dont knot from where to start,any starting guidence? - October 3rd 2011, 04:58 AMtransgalacticRe: polinomial squared problem
i solved part A by taking the caracteristic polinomial of A

then we take d(t)=(t-i)(t-3)

by cayly hemilton

so

what is the difference between part A and part B

why cant i solve it the same way?