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# Let Pn = {anxn + an–1xn–1 +· · · + a1x + a0 | each ai is a

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Problem 18SE

Problem 18SE

Let Pn = {anxn + an–1xn–1 +· · · + a1x + a0 | each ai is a real number}. Is it possible to have a basis for Pn such that every element of the basis has x as a factor?

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