Describe the zero vector of the vector space: c(infinity, -infinity)

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Describe the zero vector of the vector space: c(infinity, -infinity)

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i know what a zero vector is, but the rest of it im at a loss for
what is c(inf,-inf) represent?
C(infinity, -infinity) I think is referring to any continous function

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Whoops it is c(-infinity, infinity)
is that the number line? maybe?
i got nothing :/
which class?
umm sorry i am back This is linear algebra
I think it is describing the function
C(-infinity, infinity) may stand for the set of all continuous functions, defined over R: f:R->R, f continuous on R This set is a vector space (as the sum of two continuous functions is a continuous function and a continuous function multiplied by a real constant is a continuous function) The null vector of this space is the null function (which is continuous), that is: f:R->R, f(x)=0 for each x.

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