On Homework 1, problem 5, part (b), the question is asking you to identify those subspaces that have an additive inverse with respect to the subspace addition operation defined at the beginning of the problem. That is, for which subspaces is it possible to add some other subspace and get the subspace additive identity you found in part (a)?
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