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I am currently learning about bases, and I am confused about different types of bases. I understand how to obtain a basis for the null space of A or a basis for the range of A. I recently ran into a problem that simply asked me to find a basis for A. What does this mean? Does it mean any basis (for N(A) or R(A))? OR is there such a thing as a separate basis for A not having to do with R(A) or N(A)?

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# Difference among types of bases.

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