using namespace std;
cout<<"\nEnter the order of the matrix:\n"; //Get the order of the square matrix
double a[n][n],b[n],c[n],k,eps,y; //declare arrays and other variables to be used
cout<<"\nEnter the elements of matrix row-wise:\n";
cout<<"\nEnter the initial values of the eigen-vector:\n";
cout<<"\nEnter the accuracy desired:\n";
k=b; //Assign some initial value to the eigen value, 'k'
for (i=0;ik?abs(c[i]):k; //Find the largest element of c and assign it to k where k is the eigen value
for (i=0;ieps); //Check if the error in eigen value is within the tolerance limit
cout<<"The eigen-value is: "<
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