# Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory by E. D. Nering By E. D. Nering

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We also find it In fact, since it is Linear Transformations and Matrices I II 42 somewhat wasteful of space and otherwise awkward to display one-column matrices we use the n-tuple (x1, . , xn) to represent not only the vector � [x1 xn] is a one-row • but also the column matrix X. With this convention matrix and (x1, • • • • • • , xn) is a one-column matrix. Notice that we have now used matrices for two different purposes, (1) to represent linear transformations, and matric equation Y = (2) to represent vectors.

Yr} be an arbitrary but fixed basis of W. If the linear trans­ formation a of U into V is represented by the m x n matrix A [a;1] and the Thus aa is represented by the matrix = = = 40 Linear Transformations and Matrices I II linear transformation T of V into W is represented by the r x m matrix B = [bk;], what matrix represents the linear transformation T<1 of U into W? 2�1 bk;a;1, then C the product transformation Ta. 7) [ck1] is the matrix representing C the matrix product Accordingly, we call C= BA.

20. If S is any subspace of V there is a subspace T such that V = S EB T. Then a; = a;1 + a;2 where a;1 E S and a; onto a;1 is a linear transformation. every x E V can be represented uniquely in the form a;2 E T. Show that the mapping rr which maps Show that T is the kernel of rr. projection of V onto Show that rr2 = rr. The mapping rr is called a S along T. 21. (Continuation) Let rr be a projection. Show that 1 What is the kernel of 1 that rr(l - rr) = - - rr is also a projection. rr? Onto what subspace is 1 - rr a projection?