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Let A be a diagonalizable matrix with the property that eigenvectors from distinct

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Solution for problem 19 Chapter 7.2

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Problem 19

Let A be a diagonalizable matrix with the property that eigenvectors from distinct eigenvalues are orthogonal. Must A be symmetric? Explain you reasoning

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L32 - 6 NOTE: Using right endpoints, if f is integrable on [a,b], ▯ b n ▯ f(x)dx =min→∞...

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Chapter 7.2, Problem 19 is Solved
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