If X₁, X2, X3 are linearly independent and K, X, K2 X2 K3 X3 = 0, then a) All K₁, K2, Ka are zero c) K₁, K2, K3 are all equal to 1 b) K₁=0 but K2, K30 d) K₁ K₂=0 but K30?

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