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In Exercises 6-11, determine whether the given transformations are linear. T(x, y, z) =

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In Exercises 6-11, determine whether the given transformations are linear. T(x, y, z) = (2x, y) of R3 R2

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In Exercises 6-11, determine whether the given transformations are linear. T(x, y, z) =