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Let $L: V \rightarrow V$ be a linear map on a vector space $V$ and $z \in V$ a vector with the property that $L^{k-1} z \neq 0$ but $L^{k} z=0$. Show that $z, L z, \ldots L^{k-1} z$ are linearly independent.
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