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Subsection VS.VS, grammar, agreement in number (Chris Spalding)

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 Typo: Solution MO.T13 "1<=i<=n" to "1<=j<=n" (Anna Dovzhik)
 Typo: Solution MISLE.C27 space in "at" (Jenna Fontaine)
 Typo: Sage MISLE, nonexistent "CINMN" acronym to "CINM" (Bruno Mello)
+Typo: Subsection VS.VS, grammar, agreement in number (Chris Spalding)
 
 
 

File src/section-VS.xml

 
 <p>A vector space is composed of three objects, a set and two operations.  Some would explicitly state in the definition that $V$ must be a non-empty set, but we can infer this from <acroref type="property" acro="Z" />, since the set cannot be empty and contain a vector that behaves as the zero vector.  Also, we usually use the same symbol for both the set and the vector space itself.  Do not let this convenience fool you into thinking the operations are secondary!</p>
 
-<p>This discussion has either convinced you that we are really embarking on a new level of abstraction, or they have seemed cryptic, mysterious or nonsensical.  You might want to return to this section in a few days and give it another read then.  In any case, let's look at some concrete examples now.</p>
+<p>This discussion has either convinced you that we are really embarking on a new level of abstraction, or it has seemed cryptic, mysterious or nonsensical.  You might want to return to this section in a few days and give it another read then.  In any case, let's look at some concrete examples now.</p>
 
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