Algebra & Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry

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ISBN: 9781133382119

Author: Swokowski

Publisher: Cengage

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Let a=⟨1,3,1⟩ and b=⟨2,−1,−4⟩ Show that there are scalars s and t so that

sa+tb=⟨4,−16,−20⟩

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