### The Maxima on-line user's manual

Algebra Calculator

#### Columnspace

Function: columnspace (<M>) If <M> is a matrix, return `span (v_1, ..., v_n)`, where the set `{v_1, ..., v_n}` is a basis for the column space of <M>. The span of the empty set is `{0}`. Thus, when the column space has only one member, return `span ()`.

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### Related Examples

##### columnspace-matrix

m:matrix([1,2,3],[2,5...

columnspace(m);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix

M:matrix([1,2,3],[2,4...

columnspace(M);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix

m:matrix([9,5,-4,2],[...

columnspace(m);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix-transpose-triangularize

A:matrix([7,0,1,3,2],...

B:transpose(A);

c:triangularize(B);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix-nullspace-transpose

m:matrix([1,-1,2],[2,...

nullspace(m);

a:transpose(m);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix

m:matrix([1,2,3],[2,5...

columnspace(m);

Calculate

? columnspace;

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix

m:matrix([9,5,-4,2],[...

columnspace(m);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix-triangularize

A:matrix([7,0,1,3,2],...

B:triangularize(A);

columnspace(B);

Calculate

##### columnspace-matrix-transpose

A:matrix([7,0,1,3,2],...

B:transpose(A);

columnspace(B);

Calculate