Which of the following subsets are subspaces of C[0,1]? Justify

i) { f C[0,1] | f(0) = f(1)}

ii){ f C[0,1]| f(0) = 0 and f(1) = 0}

iii){ f C[0,1]|f(0) = 0 or f(1)=0}

iv){ f C[0,1]| f is nondecreasing }

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- Oct 7th 2009, 10:20 PMstudentmath92Subspaces
Which of the following subsets are subspaces of C[0,1]? Justify

i) { f C[0,1] | f(0) = f(1)}

ii){ f C[0,1]| f(0) = 0 and f(1) = 0}

iii){ f C[0,1]|f(0) = 0 or f(1)=0}

iv){ f C[0,1]| f is nondecreasing } - Oct 8th 2009, 02:23 AMtonio
- Oct 8th 2009, 02:27 AMaman_cc
- Oct 8th 2009, 04:49 AMHallsofIvy
C[0, 1] is the set of functions that are continuous on the interval [0, 1].

i) If f and g are two functions, such that f(0)= f(1) and g(0)= g(1), is that also true for af(x)+ bg(x) where a and b can be any real numbers?

ii) If f and g are two functions, such that f(0)= f(1)= 0 and g(0)= g(1)= 0, is that also true for af(x)+ bg(x) where a and b can be any real numbers?

iii) If f and g are two functions, such that either f(0)= 0 or f(1)= 0 and either g(0)= 0 or g(1)= 0, is that also true for af(x)+ bg(x) where a and b can be any real numbers? (Be careful here. What if f(0)= 0 but and g(1)= 0 but ?)

iv) If f and g are two nondecreasing functions, is af(x)+ bg(x) also nondecreasing, where a and b can be any real numbers? (Think about a and b being negative.) - Oct 8th 2009, 09:18 AMtonio