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Topic: n vectors linearly independent in an open set of R^n
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Rodolfo Medina

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n vectors linearly independent in an open set of R^n
Posted: May 3, 2009 2:15 PM
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Hi.

I want to demonstrate that any open set of R^n owns n vectors (i.e., n elements
of R^n) linearly independent.

This is easy to figure out, but I wish to demonstrate it analytically.

Can anybody provide help?

Thanks in advance
Rodolfo




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