How can I verify that the following is not a subspace of the vector space with an example? W is the set of all linear functions ax+b, where are is not equal to 0, in C(-infiniti, infiniti)
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Originally Posted by ephemeral1 How can I verify that the following is not a subspace of the vector space with an example? W is the set of all linear functions ax+b, where are is not equal to 0, in C(-infiniti, infiniti)
Could you elaborate on your answer? I don't understand the last part of your answer. The one with R-{0}}. Thank you.
Originally Posted by ephemeral1 Could you elaborate on your answer? I don't understand the last part of your answer. The one with R-{0}}. Thank you. If you take and they are both in the set. But, is not since it's leading coefficient is zero.
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