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I'm having difficulties with finding fixed points of affine transformations. I understand that given a matrix A of barycentric coefficients, I want to produce a point that is equal to the given point, i.e.Ax=y, wherey=x. But all I get is a homogenous linear system whose only solution is zero? Help and thanks, EWW.

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# Affine fixed points

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