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Can anyone help explain why a matrix cannot be invertible if we want a non-zero eigenvector?

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If A - λI were invertible, then by multiplying the equation (A - λI)ξ = 0 by (A - λI)^(-1) from the left, we get the **unique** solution ξ = 0.

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