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If v1 and v2 are

[ −1 2 3 0 ] and [−1 1 −1 0 ]

ﬁnd v3 and v4.

Please explain this in a very simple way.

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If v1 and v2 are

[ −1 2 3 0 ] and [−1 1 −1 0 ]

ﬁnd v3 and v4.

Please explain this in a very simple way.

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If v1 and v2 are

[ −1 2 3 0 ] and [−1 1 −1 0 ]

ﬁnd v3 and v4.

Please explain this in a very simple way.

You have to find ##v_3, v_4## such that those 2 vectors are orthogonal to ##v_1, v_2## (hint: Gramm-Schmidt)

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please write the formula to find v3 and v4.

You should do that yourself. Nobody is going to make your homework.

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