In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (Karl Hallowell) writes: >email@example.com wrote in message news:<Gin9b.firstname.lastname@example.org>... > ><snip> > >> Interestingly, once you get to infinitely dimensional spaces, there is >> no requirement that all the bases have to have same cardinality >> (though, of course, they all have to be infinite). > >That's subject to your axiom set. In cases where the Axiom of Choice >holds (a common situation), then all bases of a vector space have the >same cardinality. > As I wrote eslewhere, I'm just being consistently sloppy:-)
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