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    Use the minimax principle to show that the intermediate eigenvalue {see attachment} is not positive.

    *Please see attachment for eigenvalue and hint on how to complete the question.
    Thanks for your help.

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    Thanks for your hint. Hope it helps.

    Use the minimax principle to show that the intermediate eigenvalue of

    is not positive.

    Hint: The matrix has a negative, a zero, and a positive eigenvalue. Use the fact that if the ...

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    Use the minimax principle to show that the intermediate eigenvalue {see attachment} is not positive.

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