Is it possible to prove 2 vectors are linearly independent with just the following information?:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A is an nxn matrix. V1 and V2 are non-zero vectors in Rn such that A*V1=V1 and A*V2 = 2*V2.

Is this enough information, or is more needed to prove the LI of the 2 vectors?

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# Linear Independence Proof

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