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    1.Let u=(1,-1,3) and v=(2,-1,-1) be vectors in Euclidean 3-space R^3. Find a vector orthogonal to the plane of (subspace spanned by) the vectors u and v. Show work.

    Help: R^3: is Euclidean 3-space

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    A vector orthogonal to a plane of vectors is found. The solution is detailed.