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2013-09-27 17:58:25


atleast showing that they are more or less than 0

An oldie but a goodie.

You get the characteristic polynomial

You can solve for the roots numerically or by graphing but a more precise idea is to use a Sturm chain.

Substitute the endpoints of 0 and infinity.

Count the sign changes. We get 3.

So we get there are 3 roots between 0 and infinity and since 0 is not a root all 3 are greater than 0.

A numerical attack yields:

for the three roots.

2007-09-11 06:14:28

how can i go about calculating the eigen values of a 3x3 symmetrical matrix for example:

if i do:

i end up getting a cubic equation in terms of the eigen value which i don't know how to solve, and im sure there must be a simpler way, if not calculating them, atleast showing that they are more or less than 0

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