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I have a Eigenvalues -1 corresponding to eigenvector

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And another Eigenvalue 2 corresponding to eigenvector

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But they are asking for a Matrix A with these corresponding Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors My problem how do i find this Matrix i think i should use a Linear Combination of some sort but i don't know how??

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    – DonAntonio
    Aug 11 at 10:08
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Suppose $v_1, v_2$ are vectors to the eigenvalues $\lambda_1, \lambda_2$, let $S=(v_1,v_2)$. Let $A=diag(\lambda_1,\lambda_2)$, you are looking for $X$ such that $XS=SA$, so you can take $X=SAS^{-1}$.

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