If →v1and→v2 are 2 vectors, then c1→v1+c2→v2.→v2is the linear combination of these 2 vectors where c1,c2`εR.
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The correct option is B False Linear combination of n vectors as discussed is the sum of all vectors each scaled up or down by some scalar. Let’s say we have n vectors →v1,→v2........→vn, their linear combination will be c1→v1+c2→v2+....cn→vn where c1c2.....cn are all scalars (any real numbers). Here in each of the n terms each of the vector is multiplied by a scalar only and not by any other vector. Hence the word linear combination is used. So c1→v1+c2→v2 will be the linear combination for vectors →v1and→v2 and not c1→v1+c2→v2.→v2