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give five examples of linear transformations T:p2 >R4
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give five examples of linear transformations T:p2 >R4
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How about: T(ax^2+bx+c)>(a,b,c,b^24ac)
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Yes, as long as a,b, c and x are real! In your question, p2 stands for polynomial of degree 2, if I am not mistaken. You can make up anything you want, but that's the one that came to my mind.
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