Let A ∈ Mn(F). Prove that A ∈ GLn(F) if and only if the columns of A form a basis for Fn.
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is the group of invertible n by n matrices on F. The columns of a matrix span the image of the matrix in . If those columns form a basis for , then the image is the entire space and so the matrix is invertible.
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