You are right but, personally, I wouldn't phrase it in terms of "columns" and "rows" since nothing is said of matrices in the problem. Rather, I would not that Rm has dimension m so there is a basis containing m vectors. Every one of the n vectors in the set can be written in terms of the the m vectors in the basis so they cannot be independent.
(A basis for an m-dimensional vector space has three properties:
1) they span the space
2) they are independent
3) there are m vectors in the set
Any set containing fewer than m vectors cannot span the space, any set with more than m vectors cannot be independent.)