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Is there a way to get the matrix A=[a b c d] from the eigenvectors (orthogonal) matrix

H= sin(x) cos(x)

cos(x) -sin(x)

or to pose it differently to find a matrix that has these 2 eigenvectors ?

Thank you in advance .

Michael

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# Find the symmetric matrix from eigen vectors

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