Hello there. I'm currently trying to come to terms with the aforementioned topics. As I am self studying, a full understanding of these concepts escapes me. There's something I'm not grasping here and I would like to discuss these to clear away the clouds.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

As I understand it, a basis for some vector space ##R^n## can be taken to be any set of ##n## linearly independent vectors, in other words an alternate set of axes as opposed to the usual ##(1,0,...,n),(0,1,0,...,n)## , etc. Correct?

So, in a sense it can be thought of as analogous to a Galilean transformation for relative motion?

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# I Basis, row and column space

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