So let's say I have a function that I want to find out if is in the span of two other functions, for example, a*f + b*g = h, where f, g, and h are functions, and a and b are constants. Let's say I find a solution where a and b are not constants. Does that still mean that h is in the span of f and g, even though a and b are not constants?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Span of functions

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