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given answer is correct what's the confusion?
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In 2*2 matrics, I got eigenvalues 0 and 2  i.e (0,n)  bt given matrics little confusing for me to understand
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even 3*3 matrix giving 0,0,3
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ok I understand thakyou

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Option a is right.

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