# Linear Algebra Foundations #9 - Eigenvalues

# Linear Algebra Foundations #9 - Eigenvalues

raiaman15 + 2 comments According to question, Enter the smaller eigenvalue in the first line and the larger eigenvalue in the second line.

Since when did -2 became larger than -1 ?

vkristijanAsked to answer + 0 comments I have the same problem... I have just submited them in the oposite order and it worked fine. It's probably a typo.

PRASHANTB1984Challenge Author + 1 comment We fixed the ordering of the answers as appropriate. Thanks for pointing out.

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cgleasoniv + 0 comments The order of the values has not been fixed. The larger one comes first in the solution.

Mayur16 + 0 comments lambda_+/-=1/2[(a_(11)+a_(22))+/-sqrt(4a_(12)a_(21)+(a_(11)-a_(22))^2)], the above formula helpout you to solve this question

khatuwala + 0 comments solution.......

-2 -1

diogoslap + 0 comments That's link help me to solve the problem https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Linear_Algebra/Eigenvalues_and_eigenvectors. Enjoy it! =]

PRASHANTB1984Challenge Author + 0 comments In case you're stuck, you might find some of these notes useful. Eigenvalues & Eigenvectors

kiner_shah + 2 comments Is the ans complex number?

raiaman15 + 0 comments no

PRASHANTB1984Challenge Author + 0 comments No. They are real integers.

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