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loli12

I know that we just have to multiply by a matrix then we can get the desired transformation. But how would I go around to show that such scalars a, b and c exists?

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loli12

I know that we just have to multiply by a matrix then we can get the desired transformation. But how would I go around to show that such scalars a, b and c exists?

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So if you know a basis for R^3 (there's an obvious one) and you know how T acts on this basis, you know how T acts on every vector in R^3.

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