Then, my question is how to solve the question 2? I"m in doubt what even to do. Could someone explain me, what to do?


The vectors that form a basis for the column space are certainly in the column space. You can choose one of these.

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For the column space, pick any (nonzero) column.

For the row space, pick any (nonzero) row.

For the null space, notice that first and third columns of $A$ are equal, which means that

$$Aeginbmatrix 1 \ 0 \ -1 \ 0endbmatrix = 0.$$


Other than just applying formulas, do you understand the meanings of these words? To get a vector in the column space, take any one of the columns of the matrix. To get a vector in the row space take any one of the rows of the matrix. A vector in the null space is any vector, v, such that Av= 0. That"s the only non-trivial part of (2).


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