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Sage CSCS, "coeffiicent" to "coefficient" (Jenna Fontaine)

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# File changes.txt

` Typo: Sage MISLE, "fuill" to "full" (Gavin Tranter)`
` Typo: Sage MO, "conjugage" to "conjugate" (Anna Dovzhik)`
` Typo: Theorem TTMI, "has an inverse" (Jenna Fontaine)`
`+Typo: Sage CSCS, "coeffiicent" to "coefficient" (Jenna Fontaine)`
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` v3.10 2013/08/20`

# File src/section-CRS.xml

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` <sageadvice acro="CSCS" index="column space!consistent systems">`
` <title>Column Space and Consistent Systems</title>`
`-We could compute the column space of a matrix with a span of the set of columns of the matrix, much as we did back in <acroref type="sage" acro="CSS" /> when we were checking consistency of linear systems using spans of the set of columns of a coeffiicent matrix.  However, Sage provides a convenient matrix method to construct this same span: <code>.column_space()</code>.  Here is a check.`
`+We could compute the column space of a matrix with a span of the set of columns of the matrix, much as we did back in <acroref type="sage" acro="CSS" /> when we were checking consistency of linear systems using spans of the set of columns of a coefficent matrix.  However, Sage provides a convenient matrix method to construct this same span: <code>.column_space()</code>.  Here is a check.`
` <sage>`
` <input>D = matrix(QQ, [[ 2, -1, -4],`
`                 [ 5,  2, -1],`