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Need help with vector subspace... V=

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  1. anonymous
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    \[v=\mathbb{R}^2\] and S consists of all vectors (x,y) satisfying x^2-y^2=0

  2. anonymous
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    S will be the pure diagonals of the xy plane. ie. When y = +-x

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    it has to be determined whether it is a subspace of the given vector space. I know that I have to only show that it has the zero vector and it is closed under addition and scalar multiplication.

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    Problem is that I am not sure how I go about doing this. I know that this is not a subspace of the vector, but how do you prove this? any help????

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