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Dustinsfl

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When I solve the matrix, I obtain x

_{1}=0 and x

_{2}=0

**x**=(0,0)^T.

Can a basis be two 0 column vectors? Thanks for the help.

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When I solve the matrix, I obtain x

Can a basis be two 0 column vectors? Thanks for the help.

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What matrix are you talking about? Are you trying to solve (1,2)x

And what does the vector space look like? Is it the span of those two vectors? Is this span minimal?

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I solved the augmented matrix and obtained that both x1=0 and x2=0.

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