A question in understanding a mistake

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In summary, the conversation discusses finding the values of a, b, and c that result in the maximal dimension of the kernel and image of a given operator with parameters. The solution involves creating an equation with 0 for the kernel part and transposing the matrix to find the values that result in the maximal number of independent vectors for the image part. The speaker also questions why the teacher made a mistake in both parts and asks for agreement or clarification on the question.
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(traverse is a typing mistake i ment transpose)

i am given an operator with parameters (the original matrix)
and i was told to find
for which values of a b c
we have the maximal dim ker t
and the the maximal dim I am t

the person who solved it ,
in the ker part he makes an equation with 0

and in the I am part he transposes the matrix and looks for what value of the parameters
we have the maximal amount of independant vectors

so why the teacher written a mistake in both parts??
 
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can you tell me if you agree with me
or you don't understand the question
i'll refrase it
if needed
 

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