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Let T: R > R be a linear transformationa satisfying Ts +3T = 4I, where I is the identity transformation. Then the linear transformation S= T* +3T 4T is (a) One-one but not onto (b) Onto but not one-one (c) Invertible (d) Non-invertible 6 Marksl
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