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general than the proof provided in lecture. For any two vectors 13', u? E R“, lﬁ-tﬁl S ll’ﬁll llﬁill: with equality iff 13' or 1B is a scalar multiple of the other. (a) Show the statement is true if “E or u? is 6. (b) Explain why the function gilt) = “13+ trﬁHz is non—negative. éQi/c Nah} é :
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