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### eigenvectors of complex matrix

Hi!

I would like to find the complex eigenvectors of this matrix:

A=matrix(CDF,[[2-i,0,i],[0,1+i,0],[i,0,2-i]]).

I have used the command A.eigenvectors_right() and I get one eigenvectors (rounded off): (-0.70711+9.4136e-17i , 0 , 0.70711), (0,1,0), (0.70711 , 0 , 0.70711).

In my chechlist I should get the vectors: t1(-1,0,1), t2(0,1,0), t3*(1,0,1), where the t-values are complex factors.

How do I compute this kind of result?

Sincerly Simon

### eigenvectors of complex matrix

Hi!

I would like to find the complex eigenvectors of this matrix:

A=matrix(CDF,[[2-i,0,i],[0,1+i,0],[i,0,2-i]]).

I have used the command A.eigenvectors_right() and I get one the following eigenvectors (rounded off): (-0.70711+9.4136e-17i , 0 , 0.70711), (0,1,0), (0.70711 , 0 , 0.70711).

In my chechlist I should get the vectors: t1(-1,0,1), t2(0,1,0), t3*(1,0,1), where the t-values are complex factors.

How do I compute this kind of result?

Sincerly Simon

### eigenvectors of complex matrix

Hi!

I would like to find the complex eigenvectors of this matrix:

A=matrix(CDF,[[2-i,0,i],[0,1+i,0],[i,0,2-i]]).

I have used the command A.eigenvectors_right() and I get the following eigenvectors (rounded off): (-0.70711+9.4136e-17i , 0 , 0.70711), (0,1,0), (0.70711 , 0 , 0.70711).

In my chechlist checklist I should get the vectors: t1(-1,0,1), t2(0,1,0), t3*(1,0,1), where the t-values are complex factors.

How do I compute this kind of result?

Sincerly Simon 4 No.4 Revision

### eigenvectors of complex matrix

Hi!

I would like to find the complex eigenvectors of this matrix:

A=matrix(CDF,[[2-i,0,i],[0,1+i,0],[i,0,2-i]]).

A=matrix(CDF,[[2-i,0,i],[0,1+i,0],[i,0,2-i]]).


I have used the command A.eigenvectors_right() and I get the following eigenvectors (rounded off): off):

(-0.70711+9.4136e-17i , 0 , 0.70711), (0,1,0), (0.70711 , 0 , 0.70711).0.70711)


In my checklist I should get the vectors: t1(-1,0,1), t2(0,1,0), t3*(1,0,1), where the t-values are complex factors.

How do I compute this kind of result?

Sincerly Simon