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Question help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseMail Tucker, Ge x Limiting Reactan lc Wait for Next Q X b Login | bartleby Bb MyLab Math - R X WA4.dvi wH 4 Ways to Take O Not secure math.wsu.edu/math/faculty/remaley/220fa19WA4.pdf G WA4.dvi 2/2  3. Define f R- R by f(x) = rx d, where r and d are real constants. Show that for f to be linear, it is required that d 0. (the definition of a linear transformation is given in text section 1.8) + 1:26 PM a Type here to search 9/18/2019 X ... fullscreen
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Consider the linear function. help_outlineImage Transcriptionclosef(x) x +d where r and d are real fullscreen
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Since, a function help_outlineImage Transcriptionclosef RR is a linear transformation, when f (px+ypf (x)+f(y)Vx,ye R and pe R is scalar fullscreen
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Therefore... help_outlineImage Transcriptionclosef(px+ y)r(px+y)+ d f(px+y) p(rx)ry d pf (x)+f(y)p(+d)+pyd pf (x)+f(y)p()+ pd+ py+d pf (x)+f(y) p(x)+ py +(p+1)d pf (x)+y) p(rx+ y)+(p+1)d fullscreen

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