This is a physics problem but I am having trouble factoring this matrix. Basically, there shouldn't be anything left inside the matrix except 0's, 1's, or i's (any of which can be negative). This seems like such an easy problem but I cannot find something that works.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any ideas?

[tex]

\frac {1} {2\sqrt{2}}

\left(\begin{array}{cc}1+\sqrt{3}\\1-\sqrt{3}\end{array}\right)

[/tex]

in case anyone finds this confusing this is a 2 row 1 column matrix.

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# Homework Help: Factoring imaginary numbers

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