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write the definition of an eigenvalue

*I meant of course\[AI=\delta I\]multiply both sides by \(A^{-1}\) and what do you get?

Thanks for the help

So I do what u said and that should be the answer? That should prove what we need to prove?

So on the right side, we then get I * A^-1, but that's just still A^-1 right?

Right, so that'll just give us that one.

Because it's just I / I.

All right that makes sense, and can u help out with one more problem related to this same stuff?

I can try, but my connection is horrible right now, I may only be able to pm you