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1 is a subspace of R2 .
Solution: False. [1, 1] is in S,
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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
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MATHEMATICS 1600B MIDTERM EXAMINATION
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MATH 1600B Linear Algebra
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Quiz 1, 20 minutes
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1. For each statement below, determine whether the given statement is TRUE (i.e. always
true) or FALSE (i.e. not always true). To receive credit, you must explain you
1. For each of the following statements, circle T if the statement is always true and F if it can be false.
Give a one-sentence justication for your answer.
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(a) Let u, v, and w be non-zero vectors in R3 . If u and v are both orthogonal to w, then u is
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