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The question is to prove for finite dimensional T: V to W,
T is injective iff there exists an S: W to V such that ST is the identity map on V.
I can't quite make the connection between injectivity and the identity map.
any suggestions?
thanks in advance.
T is injective iff there exists an S: W to V such that ST is the identity map on V.
I can't quite make the connection between injectivity and the identity map.
any suggestions?
thanks in advance.