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Kishan Asked a Question
May 24, 2021 7:45 pmpts 30 pts
Let V be the space of twice differentiable functions on R satisfying f"-2f+f=0. Define T:V>R by T(S)=(s().s0) Then T is (a.) one-to-one and onto. (b.) one-to-one but not onto. (c.) onto but not one-to-one. (d.) neither one-to-one nor onto. please explain the answer
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  • Avijeet banerjee thankyou
    explanation is given in the attachment.
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  • Alka gupta Best Answer
    ans A...
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    Kishan
    thanks very much madam....really nice explanation...
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