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Diffequations - HP Mathematics II User Manual

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lineary dependent (as in the example of eigenvectors), then
the matrix cannot be diagonalized (not diagonalizable).
The matrix has to be put into the matrix writer:
The output is the matrices K and D. The matrix K may be
found by inverting K.
.Rera. If intermediate results are wanted, you
may look at the problems of finding eigenva-
lues and eigenvectors separately.
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System of differential equations
Here a set of linear, homogenous differential equations with
constant coefficients are solved by using the method of dia-
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2. Linear algebra


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