While reading text, I had a question which I can not resolve by myself. Please Help me!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

it reads,The empty set( a vector space with no elements) is denoted as &(This symbol doesn't matter for the sake of argument, I don't know how to write the Zero with a line in the middle). I can understand what they mean by empty set. It must be somewhat like this; Set V = { }. But can such set with no elements has all the quality of being a vector space? If so, how can one show it does indeed meets all the ten axioms of vector space?

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# Empty Set and Vector Space

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