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    Lightbulb Definiteness of a matrix

    Disclaimer- i wasn't sure whether to post this under Matrices or Adanced topics.

    Kindly excuse the inconvenience.
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    Re: Definiteness of a matrix

    Your matrix A has determinant 4, not 0. It is negative semidefinite.
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    Re: Definiteness of a matrix

    hi i guess i typed the question wrong. I'll follow with up another post on this... i apologise for the inconvenience.
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