Hi,

I'm in the midst of solving the question below:

I am pretty certain thatbis a solution - based on the parallelogram rule (it seems to be a linear combination of c_{1}v_{1 }+ c_{2}v_{2}+ 0v_{3}). In terms of the type of solution... I'm not really sure.

One thing that I do notice, is that one of the vectors must be linearly dependent on the other since the space is R^2 and from my understanding it is impossible to have three independent vectors within the space of R^2. Whether my observation is true or not, I still am not sure if it has any relevance to answering this question.

Appreciate help.

- Olivia