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I'm really having trouble comprehending this problem. This is not exactly a "homework problem" but I need a good, formal definition of this to help with some other problems.

Let (Vectors) V1, V2,......,Vk be vectors in vector space V. Then the set W of all linear combinations of Vectors V1, V2,.....Vk is a "subspace" of V.

Exactly how do you prove this?

After setting up two vectors to find the subspace, I'm lost.

Gladly appreciate any help.

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# Linear Algebra: Vector Space proof

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