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# Statement- 1: If and and , then there exist real numbers , such that

Statement- 2: are four vectors in a 3 - dimensional space. If are non-coplanar, then there exist real numbers such that

- Both are true is reason for
- Both are true & but is not reason for .
- Both are false
- is true, is false

## The correct answer is: Both are true & but is not reason for .

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