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Well, I've done some research on the further, more advanced chapters in my course and learned that these two conditions must be met:
T(u + v) = T(u) + T(v)
T(ku) = kT(u)
I was wondering if there's another way to figure if the transformation is linear (since this question is being asked in one of the "basic" chapters previous to the one mentioning the formulas)
Thanks!
T(u + v) = T(u) + T(v)
T(ku) = kT(u)
I was wondering if there's another way to figure if the transformation is linear (since this question is being asked in one of the "basic" chapters previous to the one mentioning the formulas)
Thanks!