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2013-12-02 04:19:14 +0100 | answered a question | Yet another linear combination Ok, it works, sorry for the silly question, I got a bit lost and panicked with the fact of not knowing Sage commands. But it was easy :) thank you very much! |

2013-11-29 18:49:42 +0100 | asked a question | Yet another linear combination Hi, I'm really new to Sage and to programming in general. I have 20 linear independent vectors of length 20, and a linear dependent vector. I would like to write this one as a linear combination of the others: I looked up on the internet all day, but nothing I found worked. The ways I tried are: define a vector space of dim 20 on the field I'm using, impose my vectors as a base, and use the method .coodinates(). PROBLEM: I couldn't impose the basis, I didn't find a command to do so. use G.solve_right(s), where G is a 20x20 matrix and s is my linear dependent vector. I thought I would have a vector as an output but instead I get something of dimension 20x8. Weird. I tried to do a linear system directly using equations with the vectors, in order to solve them with respect to some variables, but I got as an output that you can't do it using vectors.
So, what shall I try? Thank you very much |

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