## Solution for problem 1 Chapter 2.1

# Consider the transformations from R3 to R3 defined in Exercises 1 through 3. Which of

Linear Algebra with Applications | 4th Edition

Consider the transformations from R3 to R3 defined in Exercises 1 through 3. Which of these transformations are linear?

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Math121 Chaapptterr77NNoottess Lesson7.4–PropertiesandApplicationsofLogarithms Thesetipsshouldhelpyougetthroughthishw.J • log (1)=0 x • log (x)=1 • log (a )=rlog (xa x • log (a )=x • a loga(x)=x • log(x)+log(y)=log(xy) • log(x/y)=log(x)–log(y) EXAMPLE1. Usethepropertiesoflogarithmstocondensethefollowing expressionasmuchaspossible,writingtheanswerasasingle termwithacoefficientof1.Allexponentsshouldbepositive. log(y)+log(19) (Usingourtipsatthetopofthepage,we canseethataddingtwologarithmsresu

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Consider the transformations from R3 to R3 defined in Exercises 1 through 3. Which of