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1. 120 points] Let V-R2, but with addition and scalar multiplication defined by c(x, y)(cy, cr). For each of the eight vector space axioms, either prove that the axiom holds or prove that it does not. Note that to disprove the for all statements, you should provide specific vectors/scalars for which the equality is false. To disprove (A2), you would need to prove that no vector has the required property (similarly for (A3)). Is V, with these operations, a vector space?

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