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Snehasish ghosh Asked a Question
June 26, 2020 8:50 pm 30 pts
How to know whether a matrix is diagonalizable or not? Please explain
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how we decide eigen vectors for same eigen values
means there will be one eigen vector for one eigen value or more..??
• Ghost.
First of all you have to understand every matrix is written in centain basis(x,y,z) and another important thing is eigenvalue are only observable which a matrix can provide, a n*n ...
• Mahak
diagonalization is possible only when eigenvalues are non degenrate for eg if we have a 3*3 matrix and this matrix have 3 linearly independent eigenvalues and eigenvectors then dia...
Snehasish ghosh
degenerate means?
• Chandra dhawan
see attached file its method and some example... I hope it will help uh dear..
Chandra dhawan
see attached file
• Dhairya sharma
if you have less than n linearly independent eigen vectors for n*n matrix then determinant will be zero and P(inverse) will not be possible...
Dhairya sharma
see this
• Snehasish ghosh
this
• Snehasish ghosh
see this
• Mahak
see this also
Snehasish ghosh
Ma'am, but if two eigen values are equal,then too we have a diagonal matrix
• Ruby negi Best Answer
if you have less than n linearly independent eigen vectors for n*n matrix then determinant will be zero and P(inverse) will not be possible...
Snehasish ghosh
Ok Ma'am
• Ruby negi
if n*n matrix has n linearly independent Eigen vectors then that matrix is diagonalizable...