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    Finding the Kernal

    Can someone verify I've done party (d) correctly?




    (a1+1)+(a2+2)t=0

    This gives the system:

    a1+1=0
    a2+2=0

    So,

    a1=-1
    a2=-2

    So the set of all vectors for which L(a1,a2)=0 is:
    N(L)={(a1,a2)|a1=-1 and a2=-2}


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    Re: Finding the Kernal

    Quote Originally Posted by divinelogos View Post
    Can someone verify I've done party (d) correctly?




    (a1+1)+(a2+2)t=0

    This gives the system:

    a1+1=0
    a2+2=0

    So,

    a1=-1
    a2=-2

    So the set of all vectors for which L(a1,a2)=0 is:
    N(L)={(a1,a2)|a1=-1 and a2=-2}


    Thanks!
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