# What is the dimension of the space of complex numbers over the field of real numbers?

Table of Contents

- 1 What is the dimension of the space of complex numbers over the field of real numbers?
- 2 Is the set of real numbers a vector space?
- 3 What is the dimension of RN?
- 4 Is the set of real numbers a field?
- 5 Is field a space?
- 6 Is the field C of all complex numbers a vector space?
- 7 Can a complex number Multiply with a real number?

## What is the dimension of the space of complex numbers over the field of real numbers?

The complex numbers as a vector space over the field of real numbers is of dimension 2. The two vectors 1 and i form a basis and any complex vector a+ib is a linear combination of the two vectors 1 and i, multiplied by real scalars a and b and added.

## Is the set of real numbers a vector space?

Some real vector spaces: The set of real numbers is a vector space over itself: The sum of any two real numbers is a real number, and a multiple of a real number by a scalar (also real number) is another real number. This is of course the simplest addition and multiplication possible.

**Is the set of real numbers a subset of complex numbers?**

(In fact, the real numbers are a subset of the complex numbers-any real number r can be written as r + 0i, which is a complex representation.) These are formally called natural numbers, and the set of natural numbers is often denoted by the symbol . If we add to this set the number 0, we get the whole numbers.

**What is the dimension of the space?**

The dimension of a vector space is the number of vectors in any basis for the space, i.e. the number of coordinates necessary to specify any vector. This notion of dimension (the cardinality of a basis) is often referred to as the Hamel dimension or algebraic dimension to distinguish it from other notions of dimension.

### What is the dimension of RN?

For example, the dimension of Rn is n. The dimension of the vector space of polynomials in x with real coefficients having degree at most two is 3. A vector space that consists of only the zero vector has dimension zero. It can be shown that every set of linearly independent vectors in V has size at most dim(V).

### Is the set of real numbers a field?

In mathematics, a field is a set on which addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are defined and behave as the corresponding operations on rational and real numbers do. The best known fields are the field of rational numbers, the field of real numbers and the field of complex numbers.

**Do complex numbers include real numbers?**

Complex numbers are numbers that consist of two parts — a real number and an imaginary number. The standard format for complex numbers is a + bi, with the real number first and the imaginary number last. Because either part could be 0, technically any real number or imaginary number can be considered a complex number.

**What is the set of complex numbers?**

A complex number is a number that can be written in the form a + b i a + bi a+bi, where a and b are real numbers and i is the imaginary unit defined by i 2 = − 1 i^2 = -1 i2=−1. The set of complex numbers, denoted by C, includes the set of real numbers (R) and the set of pure imaginary numbers.

#### Is field a space?

Any field is a vector space over itself. If K then K[x] is the vector space of all the polynomials with coefficient in K. This set is an algebra but not a field.

#### Is the field C of all complex numbers a vector space?

The field C of all complex numbers is a vector space over the real field ℝ of dimension 2. Fast. Simple. Free. Get rid of typos, grammatical mistakes, and misused words with a single click.

**Can your over C form a vector space?**

Therefore R over C can not form a vector- space. Hell no! Because a complex number multiplied with a real number is not necessarily real i.e. (a + bi).c is a complex number which is not a real number where a,b,c ∈ ℝ and b ≠ 0, c ≠ 0. It is the other way round.

**Is the space of ordered pairs a two dimensional vector?**

Treated as a complex vector space, each ordered pair is already a two dimensional vector. Both components are complex numbers, and the scalar of scalar multiplication is a complex number as well. The easy basis is and ; every vector in the space is of the form where and are arbitrary complex scalars.

## Can a complex number Multiply with a real number?

Hell no! Because a complex number multiplied with a real number is not necessarily real i.e. (a + bi).c is a complex number which is not a real number where a,b,c ∈ ℝ and b ≠ 0, c ≠ 0. It is the other way round. The field C of all complex numbers is a vector space over the real field ℝ of dimension 2.