How is the following a vector space if it does not have a zero vector?
If the space has a vector e such that x + e = x, for any vector x in the space, then e is acting as the zero vector. More formally, e is the additive identity.
but e = (0,0) is not of the form (1,x)
But for this vector space, e ≠ (0, 0).
What is e for this vector space?
is it (1,0)?
Yes, that's e .
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