Is this true? I am studying direct sums and was wondering if the following statement holds? It seems to be true if one considers the proof of the dimension theorem, but I need to be sure, so I can steer my proof toward a particular direction.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

## N(T) \bigoplus R(T) = V ## where ##V## is the source of the linear map ##T:V → V## ?

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# Direct sum of nullspace and range

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