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    Linear Algebra, meaning of R^m

    The problem states: "Suppose that {v1,v2,v3} is a linearly independent subset of Rm."

    What does Rm in this case mean?
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    Re: Linear Algebra, meaning of R^m

    R^m denotes a real coordinate space of m dimensions.
    see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_coordinate_space

    Note: The original problem as you've written isn't complete in the case you also wanted a hint on it.
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