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May 6th, 2016, 11:21 AM   #11
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$\displaystyle F^{2}$=(1,3), (3,1), 1 & 3 belong to F
$\displaystyle F^{2}$ = (x1,x2), for all x1 & x2 belonging to F.

An infinite list is ambiquous. It could be a vector if the list contains all of F. But
all lists of {2,4,6,8,.......} is not a vector space. Hence lists are finite.
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