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    How to solve this problem?

    Let L:R-->R be defined by L(u)=au+b where a and be are any real numbers. Find all values of a and b so so that L is linear transformation.

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    Re: How to solve this problem?

    see answer on mymathforum.com
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    Re: How to solve this problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by romsek View Post
    see answer on mymathforum.com
    Kindly give me a link. I have searched it but no use!

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    Re: How to solve this problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by muneeb977 View Post
    Kindly give me a link. I have searched it but no use!
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    If you do not know what a linear transformation is, why ask about one?
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    Re: How to solve this problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by muneeb977 View Post
    Kindly give me a link. I have searched it but no use!
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    Re: How to solve this problem?

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