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Questions tagged [unipotent-matrices]

A square matrix $A$ is unipotent if $A-I$, where $I$ is an identity matrix, is nilpotent.

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$n$-th root of $3 \times 3$ invertible matrix

Yo, I couldn't solve this exercise after thinking for a while. For every $A \in GL_{3} (\mathbb{C})$ and $n$, there's a $B \in Mat_{3, 3}(\mathbb{C})$ such that $B^n = A$ The previous exercise was ...