...And finally, we don't do other people's homework for them ...

mikeoakes2@... wrote: In an email dated Tue, 7 2 2006 11:43:40 am GMT, "THANOOP T" <

thanoopt@...> writes:

> let A anb B are vectorspaces over C such that

> A= { z:exp(az) is algebraic)}

> B= { z:exp(bz) is algebraic)}

> such that a/b not in Q (rationals)

>then how to show that

> dim(A intersection B) <=1 or <=2

> if any one know the proof pls sent

I have 2 comments.

(a) This is not a well-posed question, for example:

"A= { z:exp(az) is algebraic)}" is not a meaningful definition of a vector space over the complex numbers, and so on.

(b) Your question has nothing to do with prime numbers, and so should not have been posted to this newsgroup.

-Mike Oakes

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