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# Prove that if A is finite and B is infinite, then is infinite ISBN: 9780495562023 335

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Problem 12

Prove that if A is finite and B is infinite, then is infinite.

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M303 Section 1.3 Notes- Vectors and Vector Equations 8-31-16  Vectors allow new interpretations of linear systems and their solutions  A matrix with 1 column (ie. × 1) known as column vector o Set of all such vectors denoted by ℝ 1 1 o Vectors = [ 2]and = are equal iff their corresponding entries are equal[ ]e= [ ]but ⋮ ⋮ 1 1 5 1  ≠ ) o Sometimes written as regular vectors for space: = , ,…, )

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