On Sat, 01 May 2004 06:23:57 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Another correction! This is good, I'm learning stuff. I think this >will be the last one or I risk looking a bit too much like JSH.
But I'll make an exception for the Dave Rusin Law of Grammar.
>>My vectors are a basis -- of the kernel, not of the solution set ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Should be: the set of my three vectors is a basis.
>>(which has no basis). Yours are not a basis of any space relevant to ^^^^^^^^^ Your set of three vectors is...
>>the problem, AFAICS. > >They're not a basis of any relevant *subspace* of our domain. ^^^^^^^^^^^ It (the set) is not...
But >just for the record, I realize now that it *is* a basis for a 3D ^^^^^^ see? That's what my brain was thinking all along, I just didn't put it into words correctly in the previous sentences. Minus 3 points for me.