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    linear independence

    I was just wondering can ANY set of three linearly independent vectors in R3
    form a basis for col(A)???
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    sorry u.u can you specify what col(A) is?
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    im not sure how to write it properly but its col(A) =

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenrySellers View Post
    I was just wondering can ANY set of three linearly independent vectors in R3
    form a basis for col(A)???
    Is this supposed to the column space, i.e. the range space of a linear transformation?
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