Shweta Singh Asked a Question
January 11, 2020 1:18 pmpts 15 pts
Let V be the space of all linear transformations from c(R) to C(R). Then Vis a vector space of dimension 3 Vis a vector space of dimension 6 Vis a vector space of dimension 12 VIs not a vector space
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  • Priyadarshan Choursiya Best Answer
    I assume that you know the dimensions of C^3(R) and C(R). so I am not going to prove them. thm.#. if V(F) and V'(F) are finite dimensions vector space over F, then hom(V , V') is ...
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