Vector Spaces, Subspaces and Polynomials.

I'm hoping this problem hasn't been posted before. I couldn't find a similar problem in the search so I'm posting a new thread.

Right, the following question was giving to us in one of our worksheets:

Quote:

Let V be the set of polynomials p(x) satisfying

$\displaystyle \int_{-1}^1\frac{p(x)}{\sqrt{1-x^2}}\, dx=0$

Prove that V is a vector space by showing that it is a subspace of a larger vector space.

Now I know that, in order to prove that a certain vector space (V) is a subspace of another vector space (H), you have to go through the following three axioms:

1) The zero vector of V is in H.

2) H is closed under vector addition.

3) H is closed under scalar multiplication.

The bit that's confusing me is the whole "integration" thing. I'm assuming the the range between -1 and 1 is reducing the size of the space of V... so am I supposed to integrate first or... I dunno, I just need general help with this problem.