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- Homework Statement
- Find a condition, just using operation of vector space, such that the vectors u,v,w belong to the subspace E be colinear

- Relevant Equations
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Now i am rather confused, the answer apparently is that ##(w-u) = \lambda(u-v)##

But, i could find a way that disprove the answer, that is:

Be u v and w vectors belong to R2, a subspace of R3:

What do you think? This is rather strange.

But, i could find a way that disprove the answer, that is:

Be u v and w vectors belong to R2, a subspace of R3:

What do you think? This is rather strange.