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Suppose A = PRP–1, where P is orthogonal and R is upper triangular. Show that if A is symmetric, then R is symmetric and hence is actually a diagonal matrix.

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According to the given information suppose,

It is required to show that if A is symmetric then R is symmetric and hence is actually a diagonal matrix.

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