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## Homework Statement

If we have ker(T)={0}, why is the dim(ker(T)) = 0?

Does the 0 vector not count when determining the dimension? I thought the answer would be 1.

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If we have ker(T)={0}, why is the dim(ker(T)) = 0?

Does the 0 vector not count when determining the dimension? I thought the answer would be 1.

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