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    Spanning

    * If p1,p2,……pm span Pn, write down a mathematical relationship between m and n.

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    Presumably Pn here means the space of all polynomials of degree at most n. This is an (n+1)-dimensional space. You should be able to figure out the answer to the question from that.
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