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Lecture# Linear Combinations of Vectors

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This lecture introduces the concept of linear combinations of vectors, where a vector is expressed as a weighted sum of other vectors. Through examples and questions, the instructor illustrates how to determine if a vector can be written as a linear combination of given vectors.

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