[M] In Exercises 37–40, use a matrix program to find the eigenvalues of the matrix. Then use the method of Example 4 with a row reduction routine to produce a basis for each eigenspace.
Reference Example 4:
An eigenvalue of A is 2. Find a basis for the corresponding eigenspace.
Annotated Bibliography Bennett, G. D. (1954). Physical Evidence in Arson Cases. The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science, 44(5), 652-660. Retrieved March 14, 2016, from http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgiarticle=4190 &context=jclc Focusing strictly on physical evidence in this article, Detective Lieutenant Glenn D. Bennett, shows his audience how to differentiate between physical evidence and circumstantial evidence, as we will see in a following article. Detective Bennett is the Commanding Officer of the Arson Squad for the Detroit Police and Fire Department and has been a member for over 15 years. Seeing as this article may be intended for those interested in arson