Find the dimension of the subspace spanned by the vectors(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); u, v, win each of the following cases:

i)u= (1,-1,2)^Tv= (0,-1,1)^Tw= (3,-2, 5)^T

ii)u= (0,1,1)^Tv= (1,0,1)^Tw= (1,1,0)^T

Right, how do I go about this, do I have to find the subspace first then do the dimension.

Can someone give me sum clues.

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# Vector Spaces, Dimension of Subspace

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