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December 15, 2021 2:01 ampts 30 pts
fay) = (u(x.y), v(x,y)): R?-R2 be a differentiable function. Let A denote the matrix of the derivative of f at the origin (0.0) with respect to the standard basis of g2 Assume fy-x) = (v(x,y), -u(x.y)) for all (x.y) E R Which of the following statements are possibly true? 1 A = 2A 3A 44-) Options
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  • Kanika goswami 1 Best Answer
    option A B and C are true bcz invertible matrix.
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