Linear Algebra Linear Transformations | Original Article
A linear transformation is an important concept in mathematics because many real world phenomena can be approximated by linear models. A linear transformation operates on both vectors and numbers, as opposed to a linear function. A linear mathematical transformation, with the aid of a formula of a certain format, to turn a geometric figure (or matrix or vector) into another. A linear combination in which the original components are present must be the format. A transition between two vector spaces in linear algebra is a rule that assigns a vector in one space to a vector in the other. Linear transformations are transformations which satisfy a specific property for addition and scaffolding. The present lecture discusses the fundamental notation of transformations, what 'pic' and what is meant by 'range,' and what distinguishes a linear transformation from other transformations.