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# [M] In Exercises 37–40, use a matrix program to find the

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Problem 37E

Problem 37E

[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.

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