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Let V be an II-dimensional vector space. The \ector space of all linear transformations

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Let V be an II-dimensional vector space. The \ector space of all linear transformations from V into RI is called the dual space and is denoted by V'. Prove that dim V = dim V'. What does this impl)"!

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