Volume 2, 1990

University of Bialystok

Copyright (c) 1990 Association of Mizar Users

### The abstract of the Mizar article:

### Linear Independence in Right Module over Domain

**by****Michal Muzalewski, and****Wojciech Skaba**- Received October 22, 1990
- MML identifier: RMOD_5

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environ vocabulary FUNCSDOM, VECTSP_2, VECTSP_1, RLVECT_3, RLVECT_2, RLVECT_1, BOOLE, FUNCT_1, FUNCT_2, FINSET_1, LMOD_4, RLSUB_1; notation TARSKI, XBOOLE_0, SUBSET_1, FINSET_1, FUNCT_1, FUNCT_2, FRAENKEL, STRUCT_0, RLVECT_1, RLVECT_2, VECTSP_1, FUNCSDOM, VECTSP_2, RMOD_2, RMOD_3, RMOD_4; constructors RLVECT_2, RMOD_3, RMOD_4, MEMBERED, XBOOLE_0; clusters VECTSP_2, RMOD_2, STRUCT_0, RELSET_1, SUBSET_1, RLVECT_2, MEMBERED, ZFMISC_1, XBOOLE_0; requirements SUBSET, BOOLE; begin reserve x for set; reserve R for Ring; reserve V for RightMod of R; reserve v,v1,v2 for Vector of V; reserve A,B for Subset of V; definition let R; let V; let IT be Subset of V; attr IT is linearly-independent means :: RMOD_5:def 1 for l being Linear_Combination of IT st Sum(l) = 0.V holds Carrier(l) = {}; antonym IT is linearly-dependent; end; canceled; theorem :: RMOD_5:2 A c= B & B is linearly-independent implies A is linearly-independent; theorem :: RMOD_5:3 0.R <> 1_ R & A is linearly-independent implies not 0.V in A; theorem :: RMOD_5:4 {}(the carrier of V) is linearly-independent; theorem :: RMOD_5:5 0.R <> 1_ R & {v1,v2} is linearly-independent implies v1 <> 0.V & v2 <> 0.V; theorem :: RMOD_5:6 0.R <> 1_ R implies {v,0.V} is linearly-dependent & {0.V,v} is linearly-dependent; reserve R for domRing; reserve V for RightMod of R; reserve v,u for Vector of V; reserve A,B for Subset of V; reserve l for Linear_Combination of A; reserve f,g for Function of the carrier of V, the carrier of R; definition let R; let V; let A; func Lin(A) -> strict Submodule of V means :: RMOD_5:def 2 the carrier of it = {Sum(l) : not contradiction}; end; canceled 2; theorem :: RMOD_5:9 x in Lin(A) iff ex l st x = Sum(l); theorem :: RMOD_5:10 x in A implies x in Lin(A); theorem :: RMOD_5:11 Lin({}(the carrier of V)) = (0).V; theorem :: RMOD_5:12 Lin(A) = (0).V implies A = {} or A = {0.V}; theorem :: RMOD_5:13 for W being strict Submodule of V st 0.R <> 1_ R & A = the carrier of W holds Lin(A) = W; theorem :: RMOD_5:14 for V being strict RightMod of R, A being Subset of V st 0.R <> 1_ R & A = the carrier of V holds Lin(A) = V; theorem :: RMOD_5:15 A c= B implies Lin(A) is Submodule of Lin(B); theorem :: RMOD_5:16 for V being strict RightMod of R, A,B being Subset of V st Lin(A) = V & A c= B holds Lin(B) = V; theorem :: RMOD_5:17 Lin(A \/ B) = Lin(A) + Lin(B); theorem :: RMOD_5:18 Lin(A /\ B) is Submodule of Lin(A) /\ Lin(B);

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