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Consider the system whose coefficient matrix A is the matrix D listed in and whose fundamental matrix was computed just before the preceding exercise.

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asked 2021-08-14
Consider the system (*) whose coefficient matrix A is the matrix D listed in Exercise 46 and whose fundamental matrix was computed just before the preceding exercise.
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2021-08-15

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