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KonradZuse

  • 2 years ago

8.5 #2In Exercise 2, find the matrix for T relative to the basis B, and use Theorem 8.5.2 to compute the matrix for T relative to the basis B' > T: R^(2)-> R^(2) is defined by; T[[[x1],[x2]]] = [[[x1 + 7 x2,],[3 x1 - 4 x2,]]] ; B = (u1, u2) and B' = (v1,u1) > u1 =[[[2],[2]]]; u2 = [[[4],[-1]]]; v1 =[[[1],[3]]]; [[[-1],[-1]]];

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    @Kainui @tkhunny @Hero

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    FInd me someone up to the task :).

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    herooooooooooooooooooooooo

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    aren't you supposed gto be the hero? TO save the day? KZ's day? :p

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    I'm okay to do it, I just have some connection inconsistencies that I don't seem to be able to solve.

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