Akash Babu posted an Question
July 05, 2022 • 21:45 pm 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Mathematical Sciences

28. consider the following t: r2 r such that t(2, 2) = (8,-6) t(5, 5) (3, -2) then (a) t is a linear map and is unique (b) t is a linear map and they are infini

28. Consider the following T: R2 R Such that T(2, 2) = (8,-6) T(5, 5) (3, -2) Then (A) T is a linear map and is unique (B) T is a linear map and they are infinite in number (C) T is a linear map and they are finitely many in number (D) T cannot be linear

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    t(2,2)=(8,-6) this implies t(1,1)=(4,-3) but t(5,5)≠(20,-15) so t is not linear

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