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    A set of vectors

    Find the set of all vectors which are solutions to both systems.
    Not sure if it is S[-2, 1,0]?
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    Hello,

    I find [-2, 1,0] too ^^
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    One step behind,lol
    So we don't need S in front of [-2, 1,0], right?
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    Well, i don't know what it means :/ but you can say that [-2,1,0] is a generator of the space of vectors solution of these equations. (I don't know what you say in English )
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