Determine the base for the plane $\displaystyle x-y=0$ But thats a line? i get the base $\displaystyle (1,1)$ How do i get the other base? regards!
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perhaps you are working in 3-dimensional space?
oh yeah, the question is: Determine bases for the following subspaces of R^3
so your first basis vector is (1,1,0)....can you figure out the other one? (hint: what values of z make (x,y,z) lie on the plane?)
would it be (0,0,1)?
Yes , that will do.
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