What is the complex eigenvector for the 2*2 matrice:
Column 1 = [40,116], and column 2 = [ 20, 56].
I have gotten the complex eigenvalues for this matrix which is .
Will appreciate any help thank you

What is the complex eigenvector for the 2*2 matrice:
Column 1 = [40,116], and column 2 = [ 20, 56].
I have gotten the complex eigenvalues for this matrix which is .
Will appreciate any help thank you
If you have the eigenvalues already what is the problem?
It looks like solving simultaneous equations in 2 unknowns. Av = λv, where A is the known matrix and λ is the eigenvalue. v is the eigenvector.
The whole point of "eigenvalue" and "eigenvector" for matrix A is that for an eigenvalue and v an eigenvector. Given that 8+ 4i is an eigenvalue, a corresponding eigenvector must satisfy . So they must satisfy 40x+ 20y= (8+ 4i)x, 116x 56y= (8+ 4i)y Specifically because 8+ 4i is an eigenvalue, those equations are not independent. There exist an infinite number of eigenvectors corresponding to a single eigenvalue (a subspace of them). What you can do is solve for, say, y in terms of x to get a general formula for the eigenvectors depending on the single parameter, x.
Thank You, so i have solved it, and i got two vectors: [1, i/5 12/5], [1, i/5 12/5] , however it says represent in terms of where c=(_,_) and d= (_,_). Confused what is the c and d in these eigenvectors i have gotten. Help please.
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.... i see.. Thank you !
Question on symmetric matrices, if i have the matrix with the column 1 =[55, 112] and column 2 = [24, 49], how do I find S, D, S^1 such that ?
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