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Linearly independent lines and vectorsWhen do we say two straight lines are linearly independent? When do we say two vectors are linearly independent? #2 20140204 04:03:04
Re: Linearly independent lines and vectorsIf the elements of your vector space are straight lines, then it would make sense to talk about two straight lines being linearly independent. But in this case you would have to define addition of straight lines – what does it mean to “add” two straight lines? Last edited by Nehushtan (20140204 04:32:44) 134 books currently added on Goodreads 