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Let M and N be two natural numbers and N>M. I want to build a set A with N vectors of size M such that each subset S of A, where |S| = M, contains linearly independent vectors.

Another way to put it is that every S should be a basis for R^M.

Any ideas? Thanks!

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# Set of vectors with each subset forming a basis

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