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Applied Mathematical Methods by Bhaskar Dasgupta

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Chapter 3

1 A linear variety becomes a subspace if it contains the zero element (the origin). In other words, a linear variety is the generalization of a subspace that need not contain the zero vector and is geometrically obtained by shifting a subspace parallel to itself.

2 With only elementary row transformations, the null space also remains preserved.

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