Definition: Linear Map
Let \((F, +, \cdot)\) be a field and let \(V\) and \(W\) be vector spaces over \(F\). A map \(\varphi \colon V\longrightarrow W\) is called a linear map, if the following properties are both fulfilled:
 \(\varphi (u\oplus v)=\varphi (u) \oplus \varphi (v)\) for all \(u,v\in V\),
 \(\varphi (sv)=s\varphi (v)\) for all \(s\in F\) and \(v\in V\).
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