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Finding N(T) and R(T)

  1. Oct 28, 2012 #1
    Alright this problem has really gotten me confused. I skipped 1 and 2 because I know how to do those, but 3 and 4, I do not.

    I think the problem statement is saying the linear transformation transforms the vector space V to R^2. and it's defined by T(f)=....

    For 3) find a basis for N(T)

    The book defines N(T) as = {v ε V l T(v)=0}
    So I must find T such that T(v)=0.


    I have no clue how to do this problem. can someone give me a hint?
    I've looked at other types of problems where we find a basis for N(T) and those seem easy, but this one just got me confused.

    What is f?
     
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  3. Oct 28, 2012 #2

    SammyS

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    Where are the problems?

    I see none !

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    Here it is:

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    Last edited: Oct 29, 2012
  4. Oct 28, 2012 #3
    Oh sorry.
     

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