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Answer to Question #25774 in Abstract Algebra for Tsit Lam

Question #25774
Let k be a field of characteristic zero. Represent the Weyl algebra R = k<x, y > /(xy − yx − 1) as a dense ring of linear transformations on an infinite-dimensional k-vector space V , and restate the Density Theorem in this context as a theorem on differential operators.
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