Ok, nevermind, I see what the problem is now. The equations are just redundant, and it means that there are infinitely many eigenvectors such that any x I chose will correspond to a y value given by one of the equations.
I put my problem in the pdf document since matrices are tedious in latex...I am trying to find eigenvectors for a linear system, I can produce the same eigenvalues given by wolfram (see pic of wolfram results)...but I cannot get the same eigenvectors and I cannot resolve the problem...or figure out what's wrong...
The pdf is the problem...the pic is the wolfram results...
You are looking for a vector such that
So, you found your eigenvalues. Now, solve for the vector. Figure out the matrix multiplication, figure out the scalar multiplication, then solve for your and . There should be an infinite number of solutions (the Eigenspace). Choose a non-zero solution.