Linear Spaces

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Let V be a linear space and u, v, w [tex]\in[/tex] V. Show that if {u, v, w} is linearly independent then so is the set {u, u+v, u+v+w}
 
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Can you explain your notation?
So u is an element of the linear space V, but what is U?
What is OV, is it the zero element in V?
 

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