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October 31st, 2018, 04:30 PM   #1
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Spatial Vectors

Hi, I will translate to english so please feel free to ask any doubts. The problem is: Explain why every C-spatial vector V is also a R-spatial Vector.

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C and R are complex and real numbers respectively?

What is a "spatial" vector? A vector in 3 space? Or something else?
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Maybe the word isn´t spatial vector but vectorial space (does that work).
C are complex and R are real yes!
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Maybe the word isn´t spatial vector but vectorial space (does that work).
C are complex and R are real yes!

Ah. Explain why every $\mathbb C$-vector space is also an $\mathbb R$-vector space. Is that the question?

What are your thoughts so far?
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