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Which of the following sets of vectors are bases for \(\mathbb{R}^{2} ?\)

a). \(\{(0,1),(1,1)\}\)
d). \(\{(1,1),(1,-1)\}\)
b). \(\{(1,0),(0,1),(1,1)\}\)
e). \(\{((1,1),(2,2)\}\)
c). \(\{(1,0),(-1,0\}\)
f). \(\{(1,2)\}\)
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MathsGee Android Q&A

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