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I´m trying to prove following two inequalities but I somehow got stuck:

U, W are subspaces of V with dimV = n

1) dimV >= dim(U+W)

2) dim(U+W)>=dimU and dim(U+W)>=dimW

Could you give me some hints?

thanks in advance!

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# Dimension of vector spaces

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