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How to start?

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Dustinsfl

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How to start?

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Mark44

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Since A and B are similar, you know that A = P

How to start?

Then A - xI = P

If you work with this maybe you can end up with what you need to show that A - xI is similar to B - xI.

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Dustinsfl

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If we have this line A - xI = P^{-1}BP - xI, can't I just add xI from the left to right?

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I wrote it the way I did for a reason, though.

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