Concept-checking questions
Consider vectors \(\vec{u}\), \(\vec{v}\) and \(\vec{w}\), if \(\vec{w}\) is a linear combination of \(\vec{u}\) and \(\vec{v}\), does that mean that
i) \(\vec{w}\) is linearly dependent on \(\vec{u}\) and \(\vec{v}\) ?
ii) sp(\(\vec{u}\), \(\vec{v}\), \(\vec{w}\)) = sp(\(\vec{u}\), \(\vec{v}\)) ?

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I believe so, yes...

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