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Please help, thank you. Explain why S is not a basis for R2.?

1. S = {(−5, 2), (0, 0)}

a. S is linearly dependent.

b. S does not span R2.

c. S is linearly dependent and does not span R2.

2. S = {(6, 3), (24, 12)}

a. S is linearly dependent.

b. S does not span R2.

c. S is linearly dependent and does not span R2.

3. S = {(−5, 6)}

a. S is linearly dependent.

b. S does not span R2.

c. S is linearly dependent and does not span R2.

4. S = {(2, 5), (1, 0), (0, 1)}

a. S is linearly dependent.

b. S does not span R2.

c. S is linearly dependent and does not span R2.

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