Calculus

Which vector is not collinear with vector a=[6,-4]?

A: [3, -2]
B: [-6, -4]
C: [-6, 4]
D: [-9, 6]

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  1. C and D are parallel to a [6,-4], but in the opposite direction. A is parallel. B is not parallel

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