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Notes and Exercises: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g2UMwHjI7ZdJnx6WGGQaKECxR4

Notes and Exercises: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g2UMwHjI7ZdJnx6WGGQaKECxR4mVo7Q4/view?usp=sharing (Just in case, I also inserted pdf file down below.)Live script template: Live Script template (If you can’t open this live script template from here. Please try this googledoc, I screenshot of examples.Don’t forget to save it as a pdf before you submit it.
Requirements: Medium

Learning Goal: I’m working on a differential equations exercise and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a differential equations exercise and need an explanation to help me learn.I don’t understand how to proof that if X and Y in R^n are linearly independent as vectors with every component being a scalar function of ‘t’, therefore as functions of ‘t’, then the vector X(t=u) is linearly independent of Y(t=u) in R^n with ‘u’ being a particular value of the Real variable ‘t’ and viceversa. I don’t seem to understand how the later implies the first.
Requirements: long and detailed answer needed

Learning Goal: I’m working on a differential equations exercise and need an expl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a differential equations exercise and need an explanation to help me learn.I don’t understand how to proof that if X and Y in R^n are linearly independent as vectors with every component being a scalar function of ‘t’, therefore as functions of ‘t’, then the vector X(t=u) is linearly independent of Y(t=u) in R^n with ‘u’ being a particular value of the Real variable ‘t’ and viceversa. I don’t seem to understand how the later implies the first.
Requirements: long and detailed answer needed