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**skeske1234** If vector u and vector v are non-zero vectors, but Proj(u onto v) = vector 0, what conclusion can be drawn? If Proj(u onto v)= vector 0, does it follow that Proj(v onto u)=vector 0? Explain

Ok, so I am having trouble trying to explain this question. This is what I came up with so far, hopefully someone can add on or help answer this question better. Thanks for your help in advance.

Part A

when Proj(u onto v)=vector 0, that means that the projection vector is at the orgin, doesn't it?