Do there exist scalars k and l such that the vectors u = (2,k,6) , v = (l,5,3) , and w = (1,2,3) are mutually orthogonal with respect to the Euclidean inner product?

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The answer says no, but I originally thought that since k and l were u2 and v1 that itonly matters the 3rd spot, but I realized that you do (u1v1w1) +etc....

Isn't it possible that we could find something = 0? Since that is what orthagonal means.

Oh weait can scalars be negative?

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