anonymous
  • anonymous
- into - is what?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i mean minus into minus
anonymous
  • anonymous
linear algebra? are you going over linear transformations?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, do you mean into or "onto"? i.e. one-to-one and "onto" linear transformations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
onto
anonymous
  • anonymous
onto linear transformations: T is onto if & only if the rank of T is equal to the dimension of W, where T:V-->W is a linear transformation...
anonymous
  • anonymous
basically every element in W has a preimage in V...
anonymous
  • anonymous
...does it make anymore sense? another way of saying it is that T is onto W when Wis equal to the range of T.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
good luck! little bit more abstract, so some find it a little dry & boring sometimes...
radar
  • radar
minus into minus is positive. Division of like signs are positive.
anonymous
  • anonymous
right. that's -/-... she stated that she was refering to "onto" which describes a linear transformation in linear algebra--that's why i asked before going any furhter...

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