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    Linear Transformation

    L: R^4 -> R^3 is a linear transformation such that
    L(u)= (1) and L(v) = (-2)
    (0) (3)
    (2) (5)

    Compute:

    L((0))
    ((1))
    ((0))
    ((-6))

    Any help will appreciated, Thanks.
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    You have to tell us about u & v. What are they?
    With out TeX, we need a different sort of notation.
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    Thanks

    Sorry, thanks for the last post. It was late last night and I didn't see the given u and v. haha
    Thanks again
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