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    a.(bXc) not equal 0 implies linearly independent?

    A.(BXC) /= 0, must a,b,c be linearly independent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by szpengchao View Post
    A.(BXC) /= 0, must a,b,c be linearly independent?
    Do you mean a \cdot (b \times c) = 0 or a \cdot (b \times c) \neq 0?

    Either way if a,b,c lie in the same 2 dimensional plane, then a \cdot (b \times c) = 0. Can you see that?
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