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Get Full Access to Linear Algebra Done Right (Undergraduate Texts In Mathematics) - 3 Edition - Chapter 5.c - Problem 15
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# Suppose T 2 L.C3/ is such that 6 and 7 are eigenvalues of T. Furthermore,suppose T does

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Problem 15

Suppose T 2 L.C3/ is such that 6 and 7 are eigenvalues of T. Furthermore,suppose T does not have a diagonal matrix with respectto any basis of C3. Prove that there exists .x; y; z/ 2 F3 such thatT .x; y; z/ D .17 C 8x; p5 C 8y; 2 C 8z/.

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Suppose T 2 L.C3/ is such that 6 and 7 are eigenvalues of T. Furthermore,suppose T does