Hi, I would say that Null(A)= iff A as a square matrix is regular (because of uniqueness of the solution of system Ax=b for any b)
on the other hand is an eigenvalue of the square matrix A iff A is singular
can you use that?
Hello,
I dont think I've posted this one before....
Prove that Null(A)={0} iff λ=0 is not an eigenvalue of A.How do i answer this question ?
And ..i dont really know how to write math proofs well..is there a general structure that I can memorise so that I may apply it when neccessary to many other proofs for linear algebra.?
thanks.
Hi, I would say that Null(A)= iff A as a square matrix is regular (because of uniqueness of the solution of system Ax=b for any b)
on the other hand is an eigenvalue of the square matrix A iff A is singular
can you use that?