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(Solution) If you say the statement may be false, you must give an explicit example - with numbers,matrices, or functions, as is appropriate!

• If you say the statement may be false, you must give an explicit example - with numbers,matrices, or functions, as is appropriate!• If you say the statement is always true, you must give a clear explanation.a) If {v1, v2, v3} ? R2 is linearly dependent in R3, then {v1, v2} is also linearly dependent inR3.

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