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garyljc

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if U,V and W are over the same field K

does it mean that dim U = dim V = dim W ?

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garyljc

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if U,V and W are over the same field K

does it mean that dim U = dim V = dim W ?

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Ben Niehoff

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For example, [itex]R^2[/itex] and [itex]R^3[/itex] are both over the same field R, but R^2 has dimension 2 and R^3 has dimension 3.

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