Linear Algebra: A Modern Introduction

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Determine whether the set R2 with the operations (x1,y1)+(x2,y2)=(x1x2,y1y2) and c(x1,y1)=(cx1,cy1) is a vector space. If it is, verify each vector space axiom; if it is not, state all vector space axioms that fail.

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A. Let H be the set of all points (x, y) in ℝ2 such that x2 + xy + 3y2 = 3. Show that H is a closed subset of ℝ2 (considered with the Euclidean metric). Is H bounded?A. Let H be the set of all points (x, y) in ℝ2 such that x2 + xy + 3y2 = 3. Show that H is a closed subset of ℝ2 (considered with the Euclidean metric). Is H bounded?

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Let X=R2 and defined d2: R2 x R2 to R by d2((x1, y1)) = max{|x1-x2|, |y1-y2|}
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