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Unformatted text preview: relationship. 10. Find those x values for which the following vectors are LD 11. Determine whether the set is LI in. 12. Show that the following functions have Wronskian And hence determine the conditions on a, b, c such that the set is LI on any interval. 13. Determine whether the set is LI or LD on 14. Find those k values for which the following vectors are LD. 15. Determine if the vector lies in span where and are in R 3 . 16. Let S be the subspace of spanned by the vectors . Determine a basis for S , and hence, find dim[ S ]. 17. 18. Find the dimension of the null space of the matrix 19. Are the polynomials a basis for P 3 (the vector space of polynomials of degree at most two)? Justify your answer...
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