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Tn ) in W höchstens einen K-Vektorraumhomomorphismus ϕ : V → W mit ϕ(si ) = ti für alle i ∈ [1, n]. (b) Wenn (s1 , . . , sn ) linear unabhängig in V ist, so gibt es für jeden K-Vektorraum W und jedes n-Tupel (t1 , . . , tn ) in W mindestens einen K-Vektorraumhomomorphismus ϕ : V → W mit ϕ(si ) = ti für alle i ∈ [1, n]. (c) Wenn (s1 , . . , sn ) eine Basis von V ist, so gibt es für jeden K-Vektorraum W und jedes n-Tupel (t1 , . . , tn ) in W genau einen K-Vektorraumhomomorphismus ϕ : V → W mit ϕ(si ) = ti für alle i ∈ [1, n].

20)(a). Da (s1 , . . , sm , s1 , . . , sn ) eine Basis von V und (ϕ(s1 ), . . , ϕ(sn )) = (e1 , . . 26) folglich (s1 , . . , sm ) eine Basis von Ker ϕ und damit Ker ϕ = s1 , . . , sm = U. 30) Beispiel. Es sei der Q-Untervektorraum       0 0 1 0 1 0      U=  1 , 2 , 0 1 0 0 von Q4×1 gegeben. (a) Die Abbildung   a  b   λ : Q3 → Q4×1 , (a, b, c) →  a + 2b c ist ein Q-Vektorraumhomomorphismus mit Im λ = U . (b) Die Abbildung ϕ : Q4×1   a   1 b → Q ,   → −a − 2b + c c d ist ein Q-Vektorraumhomomorphismus mit Ker ϕ = U .

Da Ui ∩ j∈[1,n]\{i} Uj ein Untervektorraum von V ist, gilt also Ui ∩ j∈[1,n]\{i} Uj = {0}. Folglich gilt Bedingung (b). Wenn Bedingung (b) gilt, dann gilt insbesondere Bedingung (c). h. es gebe ein i ∈ [1, n] derart, dass (Uj )j∈[1,n]\{i} unabhängig in V und Ui ∩ j∈[1,n]\{i} Uj = {0} ist. Um zu zeigen, dass (Uj )j∈[1,n] unabhängig in V ist, sei u ∈ ×j∈[1,n] Uj mit j∈[1,n] uj = 0 gegeben. Dann folgt ui = − (−uj ) ∈ Ui ∩ uj = j∈[1,n]\{i} j∈[1,n]\{i} Uj = {0} j∈[1,n]\{i} und damit ui = 0. Dann ist aber auch j∈[1,n]\{i} uj = 0, so dass die Unabhängigkeit von (Uj )j∈[1,n]\{i} auch uj = 0 für j ∈ [1, n] \ {i} liefert.

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