[ pˈanda͡ɪmənʃənə͡l], [ pˈandaɪmənʃənəl], [ p_ˈa_n_d_aɪ_m_ə_n_ʃ_ə_n_əl]
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In mathematics, a pandimensional space is a vector space over a field that has extra dimensions (more than two). They were first introduced by, in 1896, the English mathematician and physicist E. T. Whittaker. A pandimensional space can be studied in its own right, separate from the three-dimensional space that we experience everyday. A few examples of pandimensional spaces are the space of all real-valued functions on a two-dimensional plane, the space of complex numbers with an extra real dimension, and the space of all hyperbolic functions.
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