Dictionary:Linearly independent

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The property of not being expressable as a linear combination of other elements. Thus a set of equations (or solutions) is independent if none of them can be expressed as a linear combination of the others. A set of linear functions,

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is linearly independent if the determinant does not vanish (i.e., if ); see Jacobian.