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Recitation 5 1. a. linear combination. <3, 2> = 11 <1, 2> - 4 <2, 5> b. not linear combination 2a. linearly independent b. not linearly independent c1—3c3, c2 = c3, c3 = c3
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Unformatted text preview: 3. a. c 1 = ψ ⋅ u u 2 or ⋅ u u ⋅ u b c 2 = ⋅ v v 2 or ⋅ v v ⋅ v , c 3 = ⋅ w w 2 or ⋅ w w ⋅ w...
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  • Spring '08
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  • Geometry, Linear combination, linearly independent c1, a. linear combination, linearly independent b.

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