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Is a vector in a vectorspace its own projection onto that vectorspace?

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NoOne0507
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May7-12, 01:55 PM
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If V is a vectorspace and v is a vector in V. will the projection of v onto V be v?
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May7-12, 03:34 PM
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Hi NoOne0507!

If you mean "if V is a subspace of vectorspace W and v is a vector in V will the projection of v onto V be v?", the answer is, yes.


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