Linear Algebra Resources


(How to diagonalize matrices)


(How to find exponential of matrices)


(Matrix Differential Equations)


(Jordan Normal Form)


(Jordan Normal Form for 2×2 Matrices)


(Matrix Exponential with repeated Eigenvalues)


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(Matrix Differential equation with repeated Eigenvalues)


(Matrix Exponential of Block Diagonal)

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