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A) Since the set of all polynomials is dense in C ∞ (I), this metric space is separable, so second-countable. It follows that one can find a countable open basis {Vn : n ∈ N} for its topology. Let M0 := N and dn := max{cn , cn+1 } 32 Lineability: The search for linearity in Mathematics (n ≥ 0). 1, the set M((n(1 + dn )), M0 ) is residual, hence dense. This allows us to choose a function f1 ∈ M((n(1 + dn )), M0 ) ∩ V1 . Then there is an infinite subset M1 ⊂ M0 such that (n) (n+1) max{|f1 (x)|, |f1 (x)|} > n(1 + dn ) for all n ∈ M1 and all x ∈ I.

A nonempty set R is a ring if there are two operations defined in R, say + : R × R → R and • : R × R → R, with: (i) (R, +) is a group. (ii) If a, b, c ∈ R, then a • (b • c) = (a • b) • c. (iii) If a, b, c ∈ R, then a • (b + c) = (a • b) + (a • c) . (iv) (b + c) • a = (b • a) + (c • a) . If, in addition, there exists an element 1 ∈ R with a • 1 = 1 • a = a for all a ∈ R we say that R is a ring with unity (or a unitary ring, or ring with identity). If the operation • is commutative, R is called a commutative ring.