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characteristic value

characteristic value

characteristic value

characteristic value

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Let A be a square matrix. The roots of the characteristic equation det(A−λI)=0 are called the characteristic values of A. Then λ is a characteristic value of A if and only if there is a non-zero vector x such that Axx. Any vector x such that Axx is called a characteristic vector corresponding to the characteristic value λ.

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