anonymous
  • anonymous
change of bases... I honestly don't know what's going on
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anonymous
  • anonymous
linear algebr, be more specific.
anonymous
  • anonymous
like, given two bases how do you find the change-of-bases matrix to change between them
anonymous
  • anonymous
that would be the transition matrix from b to b'.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
nomenclature aside, how is it found?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you're given two bases? what are they?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it depends, i just need to know the general procedure
anonymous
  • anonymous
let b = {v1,v2,...vn} and b' = {u1,u2,...un} be two bases for R^n. Then the transistion matrix from b to b' can be found by using Gauss-Jordan elemination on the n x 2n matrix [b':b]...
anonymous
  • anonymous
perfect thanks bruh
anonymous
  • anonymous
[b':b] ---> [I;p^-1]
anonymous
  • anonymous
rref your augmented matrix b:b' and it gives you the identity matrix augmented with your transistion matrix (p^-1=transition matrix).

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