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    QR Factorization: Example Problems

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    1) Apply the Gram-Schmidt process to a_1 = (0 0 1)^T, a_2 = (0 1 1)^T, and a_3 = (1 1 1)^T and write the result in the form A=QR

    2) Apply the Gram-Schmidt process to the vectors above in reverse order:
    in the form A = QR. where a_1= (1 1 1)^T, a_2=(0 1 1)^T, and a_3=(0 0 1)^T

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