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5. Let C(R,R) be the space of continuous functions from R to R. It is easy to see that C(R, R) is a vector space (with operations + and defined in natural way). Check if each of the following subsets is a subspace of C(R, R) (a) S = Cl (R,R) -the space of differentiable functions from R to R

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