The error mentioned above is preventing me from compiling my code. Here's what I think is the related code:

```
\begin{enumerate}
\item[\textbf{5.9}]``To every pair $A, B$ of vector spaces one can assign the vector space $Hom(A,B)$ consisting for all homomorphisms from $A$ to $B$. If $f: A_1 \rightarrow A_2$ and $g: B_1 \rightarrow B_2$ are morphisms in $\mathbf{Vec_{\mathbb{R}}$, then the vector space homomorphism $Hom(f,g): Hom(A_2, B_1) \rightarrow Hom(A_1, B_2)$ is given by $\phi \mapsto g \circ \phi \circ f$." \vspace{11pt}\\
\end{enumerate}
```

Any help would be appreciated. I tried moving the code to a different .tex file but the same error occurred, so I don't think the error is specific to the file.

## Best Answer

is missing a

`}`

Note the full error message which you did not show highlights the mis-matched brace:

The runaway argument messages shows you that the brace

`{`

before`Vec`

doesn't have a matching`}`

and tex ran off the end of the file looking for it.unrelated but

`Vec`

and`Hom`

will be typeset in math italic designed to make them look like V * e * c not as a word. usethen use

`\Vec`

to get much better spacing.