Dual Space of V=W(+)Z


by WWGD
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WWGD
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Nov12-12, 01:00 AM
P: 391
Hi, All:

Let V be a finite-dimensional space, which can be decomposed as:

V=Z(+)W . How can we express the dual of V in terms of the duals of

Z, W?

I think this has to see with tensor products, but I'm kind of rusty here.

Any ideas, please?
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Vargo
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Nov12-12, 11:53 AM
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The dual of the direct sum is the direct sum of the duals.


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