Vector subspace notation question

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when dealing with vector subspaces, an example of a question asks:
if
x=(a,a,b)T (T is really a superscript)
is any vector in S, then...
what does that T superscript notation mean? does that mean transpose?
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matt grime
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It means you should swap rows for columns, so that matrix/vector becomes a column vector.
 

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