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Dec2112, 04:17 PM

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I have been trying to prove the following result:
If A is real symmetric matrix with an eigenvalue lambda of multiplicity m then lambda has m linearly independent e.vectors. Is there a simple proof of this result? 



#2
Dec2112, 05:15 PM

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Do you know that symmetric matrices can be (orthogonally) diaganalised?




#3
Dec2212, 04:54 AM

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