Let F be a field with elements and let V be a vector space above F with dimension of .
1. How many different basis do V have?
2. How many subspaces of dimension of do V have?
Let F be a field with elements and let V be a vector space above F with dimension of .
1. How many different basis do V have?
2. How many subspaces of dimension of do V have?
It is not "who" but "how"...!נו באמת
Anyway: how many elements in V can be the first element in the basis? (all but the zero vector): how many elements can be the second element in a basis? (all but the scalar multiples of the first one, and there are q multiples like these), etc.
Try now to do the second part by yourself.
Tonio
No, not the whole answer but some highlights: there are choices for the first vector (since zero cannot be part of a basis), then there are choices for the second vector (all the available vectors minus those that are a scalar multiple of the first one), then there are choices for the third one (all the possible vectors minus all the scalar multiples of the first two), etc.
All in, there are ...try to end the argument by yourself now.
Tonio
Ps ...הרבה יותר כיף לגלות את הפתרון בעצמך, אפילו אם זה קשה, מאשר לקבל את הכל מוכן