Hello, I'm having a little difficulty with this proof.
Prove: If V is a complex vector space, then V is also a real vector space.
Definition 1: A vector space V is called a real vector space if the scalars are real numbers.
Definition 2: A vector space V is called a complex vector space if the scalars are complex numbers.
The Attempt at a Solution
I've tried a proof by contradiction saying that "V is a complex vector space and V is not a real vector space." Can't seem to find any sort of contradiction throughout my argument though.