Posted by **traxx** on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 11:58am.

If W1,w2,w3 are independent vectors, show that the sums V1=W2+W3, V2=W1+W3 and V3=W1+W2 are independent . (Write C1V1+C2V2+C3V3=0 in terms of the W¡¦s. Find and solve equation for the C¡¦s)

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