if i have some matrix $\displaystyle A$ which does have $\displaystyle m$ rows by $\displaystyle n$ columns. How is that matrix represented in space?

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- Mar 25th 2010, 02:33 PMPJaniQuestion about matrix
if i have some matrix $\displaystyle A$ which does have $\displaystyle m$ rows by $\displaystyle n$ columns. How is that matrix represented in space?

- Mar 25th 2010, 05:37 PMmath2009
$\displaystyle

im(A)=span(\vec{v}_1,\cdots,\vec{v}_n)

$ - Mar 26th 2010, 08:04 AMPJani
What actually are these vectors. I can imagine them in 2d, 3d space and maybe in 4,5,6d space. What they represent. I want to try to visualize matrix in space.