If you mean the set of all polynomials strictly of degree two then consider:
But if the problem is about polynomials of degree at most two, then part a is false.
Part b should be very easy. What have you done?
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Let V be the set of all polynomials of degree 2 with the definitions of addidtion and scalar multiplication.
1) Show that V is not a closed under addition.
2) Show that V is closed under scalar multiplication.