hi,
since I can't find solutions to all exercises of Prof. Strang's Introduction to linear algebra 4th ed, I need to ask you folks :) i've tried to calculate all of the exercises by myself, but now I have no way of checking correctness of my answers. Can someone please post solution to 1.1 ex. 29?
My solution was:
29) two different combinations are i.e. u-v+w=b or -2u+v=b. as for the second part of the question: I believe the answer is NO, since "any three vectors" can also mean linear dependent vectors which won't always add up to (0,1).

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