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sibiryk

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Can it give an expansion to vector u:

u=a(0,1)

u1=0

u2=a ?

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sibiryk

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Can it give an expansion to vector u:

u=a(0,1)

u1=0

u2=a ?

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sibiryk

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I got it. It a was a stupid question.

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HallsofIvy

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R^{2} is "2 dimensional" and so requires 2 vectors for a basis.

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