What would be the necessary condition for a matrix of any $n \times n$ to have eigenvalue 1? I know that it must have a corresponding eigenvector - that is obvious - I want to know things like how values must be, or things like that.
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The necessary and sufficient condition for $A$ to have eigenvalue $1$ is that $A-I$ is singular. This is equivalent to any of