# Homomorphism question helpWatch

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(Original post by Lauren12311)
Just apply the relevant definitions.
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#3
(Original post by RichE)
Just apply the relevant definitions.
I know the definition but I’m not really sure how I apply it to the above??
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#4
(Original post by Lauren12311)
I know the definition but I’m not really sure how I apply it to the above??
Well, how do you multiply things in P and how do you multiply thing in GL(2,F)?
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(Original post by RichE)
Well, how do you multiply things in P and how do you multiply thing in GL(2,F)?
To multiply P you use matix multiplication don’t you? And GL(2,F) I’m not too sure is it just like normal multiplying
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(Original post by Lauren12311)
To multiply P you use matix multiplication don’t you? And GL(2,F) I’m not too sure is it just like normal multiplying
It's just normal matrix multiplication in GL(2,F)
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#7
(Original post by RichE)
It's just normal matrix multiplication in GL(2,F)
φ ( A B ) = φ ( A ) φ ( B )
Is this the formula is used also?
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#8
(Original post by RichE)
It's just normal matrix multiplication in GL(2,F)
Hi riche can I get a bit more help please I have a question
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