anonymous
  • anonymous
in composition of linear transformation we say it F: V->U and G:U->W then (GoF)(v) is composition from V->W can anyone explain why we take the domain of 2nd mapping same as that of range of 1st mapping i.e U is same in this case why??
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anonymous
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in composition of linear transformation we say it F: V->U and G:U->W then (GoF)(v) is composition from V->W can anyone explain why we take the domain of 2nd mapping same as that of range of 1st mapping i.e U is same in this case why??
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JamesJ
  • JamesJ
Make sense now?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes but if i want to do it mathematically then? e.g G(F(v)) then what's the link with U?

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JamesJ
  • JamesJ
F(v) is a vector in U.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh yes now it really make a sense. thanks a lot...

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