Or should I expand the multiplication of the above?The question is stated exactly as follows:
"Suppose has a strictly dominant eigenvalue . Age class evolution is given by: . Initial Population is .
Initially, let be the linear combination , of A's linearly independent eigenvectors, with each constant . Find two expressions for the population distribution after one generation; one using products involving matrix , the other in terms of 's eigenvalues."
Now, the question is a little blurry, and so I've come to an answer of which i'm not sure if is correct...
Expression #1 => =
Expression #2 => =
Please indicate for me if I'm wrong...and if so could you please direct me on how i should go about this question.