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[M] Find a column of the matrix in Exercise 40 that can be

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Problem 42E

Problem 42E

[M] Find a column of the matrix in Exercise 40 that can be deleted and yet have the remaining matrix columns still span ℝ4. Can you delete more than one column?

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[M] Find a column of the matrix in Exercise 40 that can be