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The generic matrix and the Cayleyâ€“Hamilton theorem
Sometime during the first course in linear algebra we all learn the famous CayleyHamilton theorem which states the following: Theorem: Let be an matrix over a field , and denote by its characteristic polynomial. Then . The “easy” proof for … Continue reading