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hi

I am studying algebra and i have a question.

why is important that something is a vector space?, i mean, what implications have?

matrix, complex numbers , functions , n-tuples.

What do these have in common, apart from being a vector space?

why is so important that a certain set of "vectors" over a field satisfy some axioms?

thanks

I am studying algebra and i have a question.

why is important that something is a vector space?, i mean, what implications have?

matrix, complex numbers , functions , n-tuples.

What do these have in common, apart from being a vector space?

why is so important that a certain set of "vectors" over a field satisfy some axioms?

thanks

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