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Romero

  • 2 years ago

Given a matrix mxn how would you determine if tha matrix is onto or one to one T(x)=Ax

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  1. estudier
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    Do you just want the definitions?

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  3. Romero
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    thanks.

  4. Romero
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    I think this works for me.

  5. anonymoustwo44
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    if its onto only, then that means for every element T(x), there is an element x which corresponds to it. And in onto, it doesn't matter if there are lots of distinct element x correpsonding to T(x). Such can be visualized like this: |dw:1336818258901:dw| now for one-to-one, for every element T(x), there must only be one element x corresponding to that. like this: |dw:1336818376666:dw|

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