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Define T : n2 -+ n2 by T ([::~]) = [~l which is the

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Problem 63

Define T : n2 -+ n2 by T ([::~]) = [~l which is the projection of [ ~] on they-axis. (a) What is the null space of T ? (b) Is T one-toone? (c) What is the range ofT? (d) Is T onto?

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