rbeezer committed 2819510

Completed Solution ILT.C27 (Duncan Bennett)

Comments (0)

Files changed (2)

 Edit:  More on induction in Proof Technique I (Dan Messenger)
 Edit:  Added multiplicities to Solution EE.C19 (Duncan Bennett)
 Edit:  Subsection IVLT.SLELT, reference Definition MVP for T's definition (Kyle Whitcomb)
+Edit:  Completed Solution ILT.C27 (Duncan Bennett)
 Change:  Replaced Definition RR by an informal discussion
 Change:  Definition TSVS renamed as Definition SSVS
 Change:  Proof Technique D: discussion about definitions as nouns, adjectives


 <![CDATA[0 & 0 & 0]]>
 the kernel of $T$ is all vectors where $x = -z$ and $y = z$.
-Thus, $\krn{T} = \spn{\set{\colvector{ -1\\1\\1}}}$.
+Thus, $\krn{T} = \spn{\set{\colvector{ -1\\1\\1}}}$.<br /><br />
+Since the kernel is not trivial, <acroref type="theorem" acro="KILT" /> tells us that $T$ is not injective.