# multiple choice question about a triangularisable and diagonalizable matrix [closed]

If $A$ be a $n\times n$ matrix over complex field that $n>1$ and $A^{2n}=2A$ then:
A)$A$ is not triangularisable
B)$A$ is not diagonalizable
C)$A$ is triangularisable
D)$A$ is triangularisable but isn't diagonalizable

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## closed as too localized by Did, Davide Giraudo, Paul, Stefan Hansen, Brandon CarterJan 25 '13 at 14:18

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What is the question? –  Did Jan 25 '13 at 7:45
this is a multiple choice question!!! –  rese Jan 25 '13 at 7:47
Thanks, I can see that, but what are YOU asking about it? Surely not for its flat full solution, without showing what you know, what you tried, or what you think about it? Please refer to the comments made on your previous questions, at the moment your modus operandi is not suited to this site. –  Did Jan 25 '13 at 7:52

Hint: Can you find a triangular respectively diagonal matrix that fits the bill? Replacing a matrix by a similar one will not alter the condition $A^{2n}=2A$, so you can ignore the "isable/izable" parts.
Hint: Compute the roots of $X^{2n}-2X$ and recall the definition of the minimal polynomial.