the vectors u and v are linearly independent. find s, if vectors (1-s)u - 2/3v and 3u +sv are parallel.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i got them equal to each other....but then if you draw them, both of them would be in the exact place which makes them collinear....so would you say it is parallel because vectors u and v are linearly independent?

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