Linear algebra
I have 3 R4 vectors: v1 = (1,3,1,8), v2 = ( 2,1,5,0) and V = (1,1,1,8)
A) Verify if V belongs to the "plane" generated by v1 and v2
b) calculate W, the projection of V over the plane
C) show that VW is an ortogonal vector to v1 and v2 (it is perpendicular to the plane)

Ill accept the answer if you can do any 2 of the three
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