well, if a matrix has n linearly independent eigen-vectors then it's easy, what if a matrix is not diagnolizable in that way? Can we still diagnolize it by other means?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

And what if a matrix is not diagonalizable at all? Are there still ways to find its exponential matrix?

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# Can we still diagnolize a matrix if its eigenvectors matrix is singular?

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