Do each of these necessarily form unique vectors? Other than the trivial answer, would these always form three unique vectors? Geometrically I can see that the three vectors would not be the same, just want to be sure I am generalizing correctly.
Do each of these necessarily form unique vectors? Other than the trivial answer, would these always form three unique vectors? Geometrically I can see that the three vectors would not be the same, just want to be sure I am generalizing correctly.