suppose that {ei} 1<=i<=n is a basis for v and w is a subspace of v of dimension m<n ... . so Can we always find a basis for w which includes m elements of {ei} 1<=i<=n ???(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

does always w include m elements of {ei} 1<=i<=n ????

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# Basis of subspace

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