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The roots are, by definition, the eigenvalues AI, A2, . , , A, of A . We write where c, = (-l), det A . Matrix Properties 37 Since A is nonsingular we have en # 0 and vice versa. The Cayley-Hamilton theorem states that Multiplying this equation with A - l we obtain If we have the coefficients cj we can calculate the inverse matrix A. Let n j=l Then the s j and cj satisfy the following n x n lower triangular system of linear equations 0 0 ... Since tr(Ak) = + . 4-. . + Ank = s k we find sk for k = 1 , 2 , .

Xn)T 46 Problems and Solutions Hence Tdiag(X:12,. . , A:/2) = diag(A:’27. . ,A:12)T. Since T = U V it follows that B=C. Problem 23. An n x n matrix A over the complex numbers is said to be normal if it commutes with its conjugate transpose A*A = AA* . The matrix A can be written n A =CAjEj j=1 where X j E C are the eigenvalues of A and Ej are n x n matrices satisfying Let Find the decomposition of A given above. Solution 23. The eigenvalues of A are given by A1 = +1, A2 = -1. The matrices Ej are constructed from the normalized eigenvectors of A.

1 0 0 0 ( 00 0 3 O 0) 0 0 0 4 -4 c4 with the solution c1 = 0, c 2 = 0, c3 = 0, c4 = -1. Thus the inverse matrix of U is given by /o 0 "1 0 0 1 0 . Problem 13. Let (i) Let E E R. Find ,c(J++J-) ,r J + 7 (ii) Let T 7 E R. Show that ,r(J++J-) = ,J- t a n h ( r ) , 2 J ~ ln(cosh(r))eJ+ t a n h ( r ) Solution 13. (i) Using the expansion for an n x n matrix A we find efJ+=(; ;)+€(o0 1 o ) l e q ; and (ii) Using the results from (i) we find the identity. 0 0o) Matrix Properties 39 Problem 14. The Heisenberg commutation relation ( h = 1) can be written as b,$]= -iI where @ := -ia/aq and I is the identity operator.