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    Vector Subspaces, Gram-Schmidt, Orthogonal, Basis

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    1) Find the closest point to y in the subspace W spanned by v1 and v2.

    y=

    v1=
    v2=

    #2) Let y, v1, and v2 be as in exercise #1. Find the distance from y to the subspace of R4 spanned by v1 and v2.

    #3) The given set is a basis for a subspace W. Use the Gram-Schmidt process to produce an orthogonal basis for W.

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