has the given eigenvalues and eigenspace bases. Find the general solution for the system

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2020-11-02
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The coefficient matrix for a system of linear differential equations of the form ${y}_{1}=Ay$

has the given eigenvalues and eigenspace bases. Find the general solution for the system

${\lambda}_{1}=3+i\Rightarrow \left\{\left[\begin{array}{c}2i\\ i\end{array}\right]\right\},{\lambda}_{2}=3-i\Rightarrow \left\{\left[\begin{array}{c}-2i\\ -i\end{array}\right]\right\}$

has the given eigenvalues and eigenspace bases. Find the general solution for the system

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