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1. A matrix, , has 3 distinct eigenvalues, and with corresponding eigenvectors and .

It is given that the vector .

Find an expression for in terms of and .

Try this question and rate how hard it is. It might be really easy but I'm not sure.
2. (Original post by Ano123)
A matrix, , has 3 distinct eigenvalues, and with corresponding eigenvectors and .

It is given that the vector .

Find an expression for in terms of and .

Try this question and rate how hard it is. It might be really easy but I'm not sure.
Easy, but I am kinda busy with MOTD
3. Same.
Quickly give an answer if you can.
4. M^n x p = M^nxu + M^nx2v - M^nx3w

replace with M^nxu=α^nxu and so on
5. (Original post by Ano123)
Same.
Quickly give an answer if you can.
Well???

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6. Well what?
7. (Original post by studos)
are you blind? or that lazy that you did not bother to look the previous posts?

I posted you the solution
I know you posted the solution. Thank you. What do you want from me now?
(I don't come on here very often).

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