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III E.terc:il/,S 5 throllgh 8, "ch gil'(II /lfIgmellled IIllIlrix is derired/rolll

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III E.terc:il/,S 5 throllgh 8, "ch gil'(II /lfIgmellled IIllIlrix is derired/rolll i:.'qlllllioll ( J). ~ 1 -~ I ~ 2 ~ Ii: 0~l 5 8 5 : 0Is the set S linearly independent?

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Textbook: Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications
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Author: Bernard Kolman David Hill
ISBN: 9780132296540

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