# Spanning Sets ($SpanA$)

Let $B={v_{1},…,v_{k}}$ be a set of vectors in $R_{n}$. The span of $B$ is $SpanB={c_{1}v_{1}+⋯+c_{k}v_{k}∣c_{1},…,c_{k}∈R}$

We say that the set Span B is spanned by B and that B is a spanning set for Span B.

Let $B={v_{1},…,v_{k}}$ be a set of vectors in $R_{n}$. The span of $B$ is $SpanB={c_{1}v_{1}+⋯+c_{k}v_{k}∣c_{1},…,c_{k}∈R}$

We say that the set Span B is spanned by B and that B is a spanning set for Span B.