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the course). Ifit is false, give a counterexample. If the answer is sometimes true, and sometimes false,depending on the values of the variables involved, then you should consider it to be false.For example, if I say: "Suppose A is 2 by 2. Then A² + A = 0." This fact is false, because there are values of A which do not satisfy that equation (for example, let A = I2). It should not be considered true just because setting A = 0 would make it true.On the other hand, if I say: 1. (4 marks) Suppose V is an inner product space, and W1, W2 are finite-dimensional subspaces of V. Suppose w E W1. Then

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