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Column space

by kolycholy
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kolycholy
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Sep26-06, 11:16 PM
P: 39
so i tried looking it up on various sources including wikipedia, and i am still confused about column space actually is.
maybe it would help if one of you explained it to me?
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FunkyDwarf
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Sep27-06, 04:06 AM
P: 479
basically with the row space you have a subspace spanned by the rows (did this unit last semester so kinda hazy :S) with the column space its the same thing but you have to convert the matrix into a useable form. So if you have

[a b]
[c d] then to get the rows you need for the column space you flip it to get
[a c]
[b d]

you then do the same row operations as you would for a row space
hope this helps (and is right :P)
HallsofIvy
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Sep27-06, 11:21 AM
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The "column space" of an nxn matrix is the subspace of Rn spanned by the individual columns of the matrix, thought of as n vectors.


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