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# Solved: In Exercises 14, let T(x) = Ax for the given matrix A, and findT(u1) and T(u2) ISBN: 9780716786672 433

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In Exercises 14, let T(x) = Ax for the given matrix A, and findT(u1) and T(u2) for the given u1 and u2.A =1 02 43 3, u1 =12, u2 =50

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