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    Let V and W be vector spaces, let T : V--->W be linear, and let {w1, w2,...wk} be a linearly indepemdent subset R(t). Prove that if S={v1,v2,...vk} is chosen so that T(vi)=wi for i=1,2,.....k, then S is lenearly independent.

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