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Suppose that V is a finite dimensional inner product space over C and dim V =...

Suppose that V is a finite dimensional inner product space over C and dim V = n, let T be a normal linear transformation of V

If S is a linear transformation of V and T has n distinc eigenvalues such that ST=TS. Prove S is normal.

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