Normally I would not respond to a question that has nothing to do with the original question but since transgalactic responded to it...Find if these vectors are lineary independant :..
U=(1 2 9) . v=(2 3 5) .
I know the condition of the lineary independant is
au+bv=0 but how I can use this condition here .,.,.,
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Why not? au+ bv= a(1, 2, 9)+ b(2, 3, 5)= (a+2b, 2a+ 3b, 9a+ 5b)= (0, 0, 0) seems easy enough. We must a+ 2b= 0, so a= -2b. Then 2a+ 3b= -6a+ 3b= -3b= 0. b must equal 0, so a= -2b= 0 also. Since a and b must both be 0 the two vectors are, by definition, independent.noooooooooooooo
dont use that formula
stack them one upon the other as matrix and make a row reduction
if you dond have a line of zeros in the resolt then they are independant