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Hi,

A quick question:

Does a set need to be a subset to be a subspace of some vector space?

A quick question:

Does a set need to be a subset to be a subspace of some vector space?

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Hi,

A quick question:

Does a set need to be a subset to be a subspace of some vector space?

A quick question:

Does a set need to be a subset to be a subspace of some vector space?

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Hi,

A quick question:

Does a set need to be a subset to be a subspace of some vector space?

Yes, a subspace of a vector space V necessarily needs to be a subset.

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setof objects with "addition" and "scalar multiplication" defined. A "subspace" is asubsetwith the "inherited" addition and scalar multiplication.

Thank you!

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