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Solved: Let A Rmn and let x be a solution of the least squares problem Ax = b. Show that

Linear Algebra with Applications | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9780321962218 | Authors: Steven J. Leon ISBN: 9780321962218 437

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Problem 13

Let A Rmn and let x be a solution of the least squares problem Ax = b. Show that a vector y Rn will also be a solution if and only if y = x + z, for some vector z N(A). [Hint: N(AT A) = N(A).]

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M303 Section 1.8 Notes- Introduction to Linear Maps/Transformations 9-19-16 n  If A is m×n matrix, them for any vector xϵR , mulmiplication by A produces new vector A x ϵR ; if we regard vectors in R as inputs on which A acts by multiplication to give output iR m , and we arrive at notion of a function  Function/map n m - rule which assigns unique output m to each n T:R → R T(x)ϵR input xϵR n m R R goes from domain to ta

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Textbook: Linear Algebra with Applications
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Author: Steven J. Leon
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