This is a puzzle to solve. It’s not too difficult, but it should make you think for a second. We are given the following matrix: The first task is to find the eigenvalues of this matrix. These values will be found on the right side of the grid, and they represent how many times that row or column can be multiplied by itself without becoming zero (i.e., how many times that row or column appears in its own diagonal). The real eigenvalues are 2 and 3; this means that any number in either the first row or first column can be squared an infinite number of times without going to zero because these numbers appear twice and three times respectively in their own diagonals. There is no number in the second row or column that can be squared an infinite number of times without going to zero because they appear only once on their own diagonals. Thus, if we want this matrix to have a non-zero determinant (i.e., not equal to zero), any time it is multiplied by itself, there must be at least one number from the first row and/or column present as well as another number from either the first row or first column. The first task is to find the eigenvalues of this matrix. These values will be found on the right side of the grid, and they represent how many times that row or column can be multiplied by itself without becoming zero (i.e., how many times that row or column appears in its own diagonal). The real eigenvalues are __; this means that any number in either the first row or first column can be squared an infinite number of times without going to zero because these numbers appear twice and three times respectively in their own diagonals. There is no number in the second row or column that can be squared an infinite number of times without going to zero because they appear only once on their own diagonals. Thus, if we want this matrix to have a non-zero determinant (i.e., not equal to zero), any time it is multiplied by itself, there must be at least one number from the first row and/or column present as well as another number from either the first row or first column. This is a puzzle to solve. It’s not too difficult, but it should make you think for a second. We are given the following matrix: The __ task is to find the eigenvalues of this matrix.. These values will be found on the right side