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Re: Question on Matrix Representations as Linear Transformations
Posted:
Apr 24, 2005 8:53 PM


I appreciate the help from some of you, but I am rather offended that some of you continue to take offense at my post from yesterday. It was my first major post in the forum and was not aware that you guys did not enjoy opening up PDF files (I myself find matricies easier to read with their usual notation than using text from my QWERTY keyboard to represent them). Again, I am sorry about the title of the post (as that was indeed completely my fault), but as I explained, it was due to the stress of exam time taking over me. I have already apologized numerous times and even tried to remove the topic from the forum (but it won't let me), and I reposted the specific question here, as requested.
Nevertheless, in response to Bob, I wanted to see "ape" the method for this question (the rest of them I had figured out). I had no idea how to do this question, and by seeing the full solution, I am better able to learn. I am the type of math student who learns by doing questions repeatedly overandover again until I completely understand the method and process.
Once again, thanks for the help (especially Paul who solved this question before everyone started bashing my post from yesterday, AGAIN).



