Math Problem Statement
Suppose a = ⟨2, 3, −1⟩, b = ⟨1, 2, 1⟩, and c = ⟨0, 1, 3⟩. (a). Show the three vectors are coplanar. (b). Express a in terms of b and c.
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Math Problem Analysis
Mathematical Concepts
Vectors
Scalar Triple Product
Linear Combination
Formulas

Theorems

Suitable Grade Level
High School
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