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    Attachment 571524571526Can anyone explain how this is solved despite having the same unknowns on both sides?

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    What have you tried?
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    (Original post by alow)
    What have you tried?
    For 1/2 I got that b=-b so thr only value for b is 0. I got a=a but didn't know why a=1. Apparently it is 1 (not 10, 52, 780 etc...) because of Normalisation?

    For eigenvalue -1/2, ( a b )=( 0 b )
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    Attachment 571524571526Can anyone explain how this is solved despite having the same unknowns on both sides?

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    Look at your maths notes where it teaches eigenvectors.
 
 
 
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