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When defining a set of geometric vectors for a vector space of n dimensions how can we define such a set without a certain amount of structure already defined upon the n dimensional space. We presumably need some concept of direction to determine linear dependence or independence. What is the least amount of structure required to define a set of basis vectors.

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# Least amount of structure for vector space.

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