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    How to verify the followinga

    1) Set of all m*n matrices
    2) Set of all real-valued functions define for real values
    3) Set of all real-valued contiguous functions define for [a, b] and (-inf, inf)
    Are vector spaces.

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    Re: How to verify the followinga

    do you know what a vector space is?
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    Re: How to verify the followinga

    Quote Originally Posted by romsek View Post
    do you know what a vector space is?
    A space where vectors added and scaler multiplied remain in that space i guess.

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    Re: How to verify the followinga

    Hey muneeb977

    Hint - Try naming the 10 vector space axioms and prove each one for each space.
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