anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey guys is the 'null space' for A, the x matrices that would give AX=0?
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phi
  • phi
typically the "x" are vectors, and all of the (non-zero) x's could be put into a matrix. but yes, the x vectors represent the null space.
ikram002p
  • ikram002p
well if A is not singular then x=0 works and A shall ne anything, lets say Null would be identity which wont make a difference =)

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