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Elementary Reduction Matrices as Linear Maps
I like to think about matrices as linear maps (for obvious reasons). Now I understand that elementary reduction matrices are motivated by Gauß-Jordan Elimination.
Can you see any plausible way to think of elementary reduction matrices as linear maps?