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xkehaulanix
 4 years ago
Let x = (2x1 matrix), v1 = (different 2x1 matrix), and v2 = (another 2x1 matrix), and let T:R^2>R^2 be a linear transformation that maps e1 into x1v1 + x2v2. Find a matrix A such that T(x)is Ax for each x.
I honestly have no clue as to where to begin. Any suggestions?
xkehaulanix
 4 years ago
Let x = (2x1 matrix), v1 = (different 2x1 matrix), and v2 = (another 2x1 matrix), and let T:R^2>R^2 be a linear transformation that maps e1 into x1v1 + x2v2. Find a matrix A such that T(x)is Ax for each x. I honestly have no clue as to where to begin. Any suggestions?

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xkehaulanix
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Haha yeah, that's how I feel too. That's the question pretty much straight from the book.

anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0watch khan academy videos

xkehaulanix
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Eh...it's a custom book for my school, but I believe the original source was "Linear Algebra and Its Applications." I would look up the solution guide, but it's an even numbered question. I'll try looking up those videos another time; thanks for the reference!
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