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# Consider the system with (a) Show that the matrix A has

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Problem 18E

Problem 18E

Consider the system with

(a) Show that the matrix A has eigenvalues r1 = -1 and r2 = -3 with corresponding eigenvectors and

(b) Sketch the trajectory of the solution having initial vector x(0) = u1.

(c) Sketch the trajectory of the solution having initial vector x(0) = -u2.

(d) Sketch the trajectory of the solution having initial vector x(0) = u1 – u2.

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