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Eigenvalue and Eigenvector is something many of you must have heard about already. The two topics are very complex in the matrix system. Anyone who has ever gone through these two topics is aware of the difficulty level of calculations related to them. This is why we are here to ease out your routine calculations of this sort with our online tool known as 2 x 2 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors calculator.

Regular Matrix A | Identity Matrix I | ||

c | Scalar Matrix | ||

The 2 x 2 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors calculator can calculate the determinant, trace, the eigenvalue as well as the eigenvector of the given matrix within seconds.

An eigenvalue of a matrix is nothing but a special scalar that is used in the multiplication of matrices and is of great importance in physics as well. When you multiply a vector by a matrix and get the same matrix as the result along with a scalar, the scalar is known to be the eigenvalue of the given matrix. The vector that is multiplied with the matrix (must be non-zero) is known to be the eigenvector of the matrix.

The calculator is quite easy to use. You just have to know the values of a 2 x 2 matrix and press enter. The identity matrix, as well as the scalar matrix, will be filled automatically and you will get the desired results within seconds.

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