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Let M (n, n) be the set of all n × n matrices over a commutative ring with identity. Then the Cayley Hamilton Theorem states: Theorem. Let A ∈ M (n, n) with characteristic polynomial det(tI − A) = c 0 t n + c 1 t n−1 + c 2 t n−2 + · · · + c n. Then c 0 A n + c 1 A n−1 + c 2 A n−2 + · · · + c n I = 0. In this note we give a variation on a standard proof (see… (More)

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