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By E. B. Vinberg

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Vector spaces V and U over a field K are called isomorphic if there exists a bijective map cp:V -U such that (i) cp(a + b) = W(a) + Wp(b) for any a, b E V; (ii) w(Aa) = Acp(a) for any A E K, a E V. If so, the map cp is called an isomorphism between V and U. 26 1. 2 that it is quite easy to describe vector spaces up to isomorphism. In particular, we will mostly concern ourselves in this book with the so-called finite-dimensional vector spaces; and all of them are isomorphic to spaces K. The key notion for this theory is the notion of a basis.

Bm). Thus, equivalent systems of vectors have the same rank. The definition of an elementary transformation implies that rows of a matrix A' obtained from another matrix A using an elementary transformation can be expressed as a linear combination of the rows of A. But as A can be obtained from A' using the inverse transformation, its rows can be expressed as a linear combination of the rows of A'. Therefore, the systems of rows of A and A' are equivalent and the ranks of these matrices are equal.

Determine the number of k-dimensional subspaces of an n-dimensional vector space over a field of q elements. The next theorem provides a complete description of all finite-dimensional vector spaces. 42. Finite-dimensional vector spaces over the same field are isomorphic if and only if their dimensions are the same. Proof. If f : V - U is an isomorphism of vector spaces and {el, e2, ... , f (en)} is a basis of U, hence dim V = 2. Elements of Linear Algebra 50 dim U. 66, every n-dimensional vector space over a field K is isomorphic to Kn; therefore, all such spaces are isomorphic.

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