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My book doesn't have any examples of how to do this with matrices so I don't know how to approach this.

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My book doesn't have any examples of how to do this with matrices so I don't know how to approach this.

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1) L(A + B) = L(A) + L(B)

2) L(cA) = cL(A)

Here A and B are n x n matrices and c is a scalar.

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