Distinct eigenvalues –system solving, Mathematics

DISTINCT EIGENVALUES -SYSTEM SOLVING:

Example

Solve the following IVP.

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Solution:

Therefore, the first thing that we must to do that is, get the eigenvalues for the matrix.

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= l2 -3l - 4

= (l+ 1) (l- 4)                                     ⇒                     l1 = -1,  l2 = 4

Here let's get the eigenvectors for each of these.

For l1 = -1,

We have to solve:

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= 2h1 + 2h2                              ⇒                                 h1 = - h2

The eigenvector for this case is,

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= h2= 1,

For l2 = 4,

We have to solve:

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⇒ = -3h1 + 2h2 = 0                              ⇒                                 h1 =( 2/3) h2

The eigenvector for this case is,

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= h2 = 3

So the general solution is after that,

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Now, we have to get the constants. To do that we simply have to apply the initial conditions

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All we required to do now is multiply the constants with and we after that get two equations that is one for each row which we can solve for the constants. It gives,

-c1 + 2c2 = 0;

c1 + 3c2 = -4;

By solving both equations we get:

c1 = -(8/5) and c2 = (-4/5)

The solution is subsequently,

 

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