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Since the maximum value of x' Ax can become infinite, xis frequently restricted to having unit length; that is, x'x = 1. Let us introduce A. 1) The maximum value A. I)x = 0 The maximum A. and corresponding vector x are the non-null solutions of these equations. I is an identity matrix of order n. I and solve for x by premultiplying both sides of Eq. I)- 1 The only solution for x would then be x= 0. I is singular and cannot be inverted. rLA of Eq. 6 .. 'LS the a5s0ciated charagteristl9.

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