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Transformations T1 and T 2 are said to be commutative if T 2 T1 (u) = T1 T 2 (u) for all

Linear Algebra with Applications | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9781449679545 | Authors: Gareth Williams ISBN: 9781449679545 435

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Problem 27

Transformations T1 and T 2 are said to be commutative if T 2 T1 (u) = T1 T 2 (u) for all vectors u. LetR be a rotation, D dilation, F reflection, S scaling, H shear, and A affine transformation. W hich pairs of transformations are commutative?

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Textbook: Linear Algebra with Applications
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Author: Gareth Williams
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Transformations T1 and T 2 are said to be commutative if T 2 T1 (u) = T1 T 2 (u) for all