Yet another silly question from me :/. From an instructor's notes: "Let V = R^n be the vector space of column n-tuples of real numbers." Not quite sure what the "tuple" means. For R^3, would an example be the transpose of (1,2,3)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks in advance for responding. While we're at it, any recommendations for online resources regarding dual spaces? These notes are a bit confusing.

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# What is a column n-tuple?

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