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Hi everyone, Can you help me solve this question?


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Best answer by Jose A 3 May 2021, 22:22

Hello, @abdullah halaika, please don’t ask for answers to assignments (from Coursera or your university) since it goes against our honor code. 

There may be many knowledgeable people here that can help you understand a topic better, or you can find external sources of information to solve your doubts, as suggested by @Archisha Bhar.

I am moving this thread over to the Math and Logic forum so it may be viewed by people with this knowledge. 

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@abdullah halaika if this is a question your course has proposed to you, as a quiz, we can’t help you since that would be against the Code of Honor.

If you have a specific question about a concept you can ask here or even better, ask in the course forum.

Hopefully someone will help you understand. 

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@abdullah halaika if this is a question your course has proposed to you, as a quiz, we can’t help you since that would be against the Code of Honor.

If you have a specific question about a concept you can ask here or even better, ask in the course forum.

Hopefully someone will help you understand. 

No, this is not a course test but a test for my university please help me

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@abdullah halaika

You may consult books on Engineering Mathematics. You can even ask your classmates or teachers . You may search the internet for similar problems and see how they are solved. Try going through the concepts of Eigenvalue and Eigenvector thoroughly before attempting these questions.

All the best!

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Hello, @abdullah halaika, please don’t ask for answers to assignments (from Coursera or your university) since it goes against our honor code. 

There may be many knowledgeable people here that can help you understand a topic better, or you can find external sources of information to solve your doubts, as suggested by @Archisha Bhar.

I am moving this thread over to the Math and Logic forum so it may be viewed by people with this knowledge. 

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