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A Study of Multiplicative Diagram of Linear Transformations and Linear Algebra | Original Article

Sushant Shekhar*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


An important concept in mathematics is the linear transformation because linear models can approximately match many real-world phenomena. In contrast to a linear function, a linear transformation works on both vectors and numbers. A linear mathematical transformation to turn a geometric figure (or matrix or vector) in another format, using a formula of a certain format. The original components have to be formatted in a linear combination. In a linear algebra, a transition between two vector spaces is a rule that assigns a vector to a vector within a given space. Linear transformations are transformations that fulfill a specific additional and scaffolding property. 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.