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## Homework Statement

Let V be the set of complex numbers regarded as a vector space over the real numbers R. Find a linear transformation T: V → V which is not complex linear (i.e. not a linear transformation if V is regarded as a vector space over the complex numbers).

## Homework Equations

V=R(i)

## The Attempt at a Solution

I have a solution. What I need is a better explanation of what complex linear means. Or perhaps a rewording of the problem statement so I might have a better understanding of why my solution is a solution.