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The book says x + y = 0 is not satisfied. That is, for each x in V, there is a y that satisfies the equation, which is an additive inverse. How vector addition is defined, for each x, I could simply set b

The book says x + y = 0 is not satisfied. That is, for each x in V, there is a y that satisfies the equation, which is an additive inverse. How vector addition is defined, for each x, I could simply set b

_{1}= -a_{1}and b_{2}= 0 to satisfy the additive**inverse**.
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