The main objective of this question is to find the basis space for the lower triangular matrices. This question uses the concept of basis space. A set of vectors B is referred to as a basis for a vector space V if each element of V can be expressed as a linear combination of finite […]

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[ A=begin{bmatrix} 4&2&3&3 \ 0&2 &h&3 \ 0&0&4&14 \ 0&0&0&2end{bmatrix} ] This problem aims to familiarize us with eigenvalues, eigenspace, and echelon form. The concepts required to solve this problem are related to basic matrices which include eigenvectors, eigenspace, and row reduce forms. Now, eigenvalues are a unique set of scalar numbers that are linked […]

This problem aims to find the volume of a parallelepiped, whose one vertex is at the origin (0,0) and the other 3 vertices are given. To solve this problem, it is required to have knowledge of 3-dimensional shapes along with their areas and volumes and to calculate determinants of the 3×3 square matrix. Expert Answer A […]

$T:$ $mathbb{R}^2$ → $mathbb{R}^4$, $T(e_1)$ $= (3,1,3,1)$ $and$ $T (e_2)$ $= (-5,2,0,0),$ $where$ $e_1$ $= (1,0)$ $and$ $e_2$ $= (0,1)$ In this question, we have to find the standard matrix of the linear transformation $T$. First, we should recall our concept of the standard matrix. The standard matrix has columns that are the images of […]

(begin{bmatrix}1&4&-3&0\-2&-7&4&1\-4&-5&7&5end{bmatrix}) The main objective of this question is to determine whether the columns of the given matrix form a linearly independent or dependent set. If the non-trivial linear combination of vectors equals zero, then the set of vectors is said to be linearly dependent. The vectors are said to be linearly independent if there is […]