Vector geometry, cross products, and real inner products.
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Prove that if u and v are given nonzero vectors in the arbitrary innerproduct space V, and are such that <u,v>=0, then {u,v} is a linearly independent subset of V. Show work.
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In this solution, it is proven that vectors are a linearly independent subset.
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