Here s the question:

( s is a 2x2 matrix)

S = ( -0.28 0.96 )

( 0.96 0.28 )

Show that the invariant points of matrix s lie on a straight line, and find the equation of this line.

I tried to solve it by placing it through a x, y matrix but I get two equations which arent equivalent .

0 = 0.96y - 1.28x

0 = 1.28y - 0.96x

What should I be doing instead?

( s is a 2x2 matrix)

S = ( -0.28 0.96 )

( 0.96 0.28 )

Show that the invariant points of matrix s lie on a straight line, and find the equation of this line.

I tried to solve it by placing it through a x, y matrix but I get two equations which arent equivalent .

0 = 0.96y - 1.28x

0 = 1.28y - 0.96x

What should I be doing instead?

(edited 9 months ago)

Original post by academicWeapon__

Here s the question:

( s is a 2x2 matrix)

S = ( -0.28 0.96 )

( 0.96 0.28 )

Show that the invariant points of matrix s lie on a straight line, and find the equation of this line.

I tried to solve it by placing it through a x, y matrix but I get two equations which arent equivalent .

0 = 0.96y - 1.28x

0 = 1.28y - 0.96x

What should I be doing instead?

( s is a 2x2 matrix)

S = ( -0.28 0.96 )

( 0.96 0.28 )

Show that the invariant points of matrix s lie on a straight line, and find the equation of this line.

I tried to solve it by placing it through a x, y matrix but I get two equations which arent equivalent .

0 = 0.96y - 1.28x

0 = 1.28y - 0.96x

What should I be doing instead?

You want to argue that the invariant points lie on a line so y = mx.

Your second equation isnt correct.

(edited 9 months ago)

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