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My question is regarding how to calculate the partial derivate of linear projection w.r.t. one of the terms.

For example, suppose we had a term such as:

$$Z = X\gamma + \beta$$

where $X \in \Bbb{R}^{a \times b}$, $\gamma \in \Bbb{R}^b$, and $\beta \in \Bbb{R}^a$.

What would be the partial derivative of $Z$ w.r.t. $X \gamma$? That is:

$$\frac{\partial Z}{\partial X\gamma}$$

Would it be a vector of 1's of shape $a$?

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