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August 18, 2020 1:44 pmpts 30 pts
Linearly Independent (LI) and Linearly Dependent (LD) The collection of functions y,, Yr ..., y, is called LI if the only solution of the equation C.y, +Cy, + Cy=0 C,C, C= 0 where c's are constant. is otherwise it is called LD. Hence by definition, it is clear that Two functions are LD iff one function is a constant multiple of the other. For example : If y, = x and y, = 3x then y, and y, are LD, because then non zero solutions C.x+C(3x) = 0 are c, =- 3 and c, = 1.
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  • Vishal goswami thankyou
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    Chandan Jangid
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    what is your doubt?
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