There's not really a problem statement here.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I just want to know :

If I have a vector starting on the origin (like a position vector), then it will always correspond to a vectorial subspace, right?

For example:

[tex] (b, 2a + b ) : a, b \in R [/tex]

is a vectorial subspace

but is

[tex] (b, 2a + 1 ) : a, b \in R [/tex]

a subspace too?

And if not, why is that?

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# Homework Help: Vectorial Subspace

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