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2 vectors define a plane, a 2d object ... can a 2d object touch all of 3d space?

since 2,4,0 is not a scaled version of 2,1,3 the vectors are independant.

it requires n, independant vectors, to span R^n ... yes

... at least might need to be included for rigor

two independant vectors create a plane yes

for the linearly independent/dependent, |dw:1443917976763:dw|

oh i think it makes sense to me now

correct enough yes

okay thank you again! :)

youre welcome