Hi,

how should i solve this?thanks

suppose A is a 3x5 matrix,and that Ax=b is a consistent system of equations for all b is an element of R^3.

Explain....what is the dimension of Col(A) and Null(A)?

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- June 10th 2013, 03:18 PMn22coll and Null for examination
Hi,

how should i solve this?thanks

suppose A is a 3x5 matrix,and that Ax=b is a consistent system of equations for all b is an element of R^3.

Explain....what is the dimension of Col(A) and Null(A)? - June 10th 2013, 04:18 PMHallsofIvyRe: coll and Null for examination
You need the "dimension theorem" for Linear Algebra: If A is an n by n matrix, col(A)+ null(A)= n.

Now, what does "consistent system" mean when A if "3 X 5"? - June 14th 2013, 01:30 PMn22Re: coll and Null for examination