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June 6, 2022 2:08 pmpts 30 pts
Consider the subspaces W, and W, of R given by W, = [. y. 2)) e R: +y+z= 0) and W, = {(r. y, 2) e R: x-y +z = 0. If W is a subspace of R' such that )Wn W, = span [(0, 1, 1D1 i) WoW, is orthogonal to W oW, with respect to the usual inner product of R', then A. W span ((0, 1, -). (0, 1. D1 B. W span ((1. 0. -1). (0. 1. -1) C. W= span 1(1, 0, -1). (0. 1. D) D. W span ((1. 0, -1). (1.0, D)
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