I'm having a hard time grasping the concept of a vector geometrically. A vector in $$ℝ^2$$ is a line going in the direction specified from the terms. A vector in $$ℝ^3$$ is similary just a line going in the direction specified by the terms. But what exactly is a vector in $$ℝ^n$$ where n is greater than 3? Is there even a way to geometrically represent these vectors? Or should I just view them as rows of numbers and leave it at that?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# What exactly is a vector in and 5-D and more dimensions?

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