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**Unique linear transformations!!!**

Problems agiain

Say I have 2 vector spaces with some finite number of vectors(can assume linear independency)...how can I show that the linear transformation between the two is

**unique**?

Thanks in advance!

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Problems agiain

Say I have 2 vector spaces with some finite number of vectors(can assume linear independency)...how can I show that the linear transformation between the two is

Thanks in advance!

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Hint: translate the problem using a system of equations.

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complexhuman said:Problems agiain

Say I have 2 vector spaces with some finite number of vectors(can assume linear independency)...how can I show that the linear transformation between the two isunique?

Thanks in advance!

Perhaps I am misunderstanding something here. Do you mean that you are

They way you have stated it, you can't prove the linear transformation is unique- it

Assuming that you are given a

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