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Plss somebody help me. How to show that these two vectors are linearly independent.

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Take the cross products, if it's not zero then the two vectors are linearly independent.
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@ash2326 bt how do we take cross product for this?

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b=1i-2j+3k a=3i-1j-2k Can you do it now?
|dw:1331136324644:dw| Is this vat u mean?
That's dot product Cross Product is determinant of the matrix | | | i j k | | | |1 -2 3 | | | |3 -1 -2 | | |
thanx a lot
@atjari Welcome. did you understand?
ya I got it.
|dw:1331136949110:dw| This is vat u meant right? @ash2326
Yeah @atjari great:D
Thanx lol.

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