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No idea how to solve this using graham schmidt. I know how to do graham schmidt and how to solve this problem if I didn't have to use graham schmidt, but I have no idea where to start in order to get my vectors to add to V

Found c to be 87 by using vector addition/subtraction and making it linearly dependent on other two.

However, not sure how to find two vectors that are in span and perpendicular that add up to V just like in #1

For b., as long as A is invertable, wouldn't it be all of the b vectors?

2. Relevant equations

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3. The attempt at a solution

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3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Graduate Engineering - Linear Algebra (Graham Schmidt + more)

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