Question Solved1 Answer PLEASE ANSWER BOTH THANKS SO MUCH The antigenic evolution of a virus in one season is described by the matrix 0 Find its eigenvalues (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list) Find its associated eigenvectors. (Enter your answers in order of the corresponding eigenvalues from amatest eigenvalue to largest.) V - It #1 The Leslie matrix for an age-structured population is given by 2 O Find its eigenvalues. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list) Find its associated eigenvectors (Enter your answers in order of the corresponding eigenvalues, from smallest eigenvalue to largest.)

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Transcribed Image Text: The antigenic evolution of a virus in one season is described by the matrix 0 Find its eigenvalues (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list) Find its associated eigenvectors. (Enter your answers in order of the corresponding eigenvalues from amatest eigenvalue to largest.) V - It #1 The Leslie matrix for an age-structured population is given by 2 O Find its eigenvalues. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list) Find its associated eigenvectors (Enter your answers in order of the corresponding eigenvalues, from smallest eigenvalue to largest.)
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Transcribed Image Text: The antigenic evolution of a virus in one season is described by the matrix 0 Find its eigenvalues (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list) Find its associated eigenvectors. (Enter your answers in order of the corresponding eigenvalues from amatest eigenvalue to largest.) V - It #1 The Leslie matrix for an age-structured population is given by 2 O Find its eigenvalues. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list) Find its associated eigenvectors (Enter your answers in order of the corresponding eigenvalues, from smallest eigenvalue to largest.)
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{:[07[[2,3],[-(3)/(12)]]*[[10],[0]]∣=0],[rarr|[2-1,3],[0,-4-2]|=0],[" or, "quad(2-alpha)((2)/(10)-lambda)=0],[{:[f+(d) ... See the full answer