Sudhanshu Kumar posted an Question
December 06, 2021 • 10:37 am 30 points
  • IIT JAM
  • Mathematics (MA)

For n m, let t : r'- r" and t, : r r" be linear transformations such that tt2 is bijective. then (a) rank (t) = n and rank (t,) = m (b) rank (t) = m and rank (t

For n m, let T : R'- R" and T, : R R" be linear transformations such that TT2 is bijective. Then (a) Rank (T) = n and Rank (T,) = m (b) Rank (T) = m and Rank (T,) = n (c) Rank (T) = n and Rank (T,) = n (d) Rank (T) = = m and Rank (T,) = m

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    Since T1T2 is bijective therefore T1 and T2 is also bijective rank(T1)=n rank(T2)=n

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