Zapp wrote:- euclidean space has 3 dimensions
xander wrote:Zapp wrote:- euclidean space has 3 dimensions
There is no one Euclidean space. There are Euclidean spaces of arbitrary dimensions exist, and arbitrary dimensional spaces that are locally Euclidean also exist (that's the whole point of manifolds, right?). A plane is a Euclidean space, as is a line, as are many higher dimensional abstract spaces that can't be easily visualized. A tesseract is an object that lives quite happily in a four dimensional Euclidean space.
Prunebutt wrote:I guess you didn't learnd about relativity yet. 4 dimensions are so much more fun that just three! (I'm still waiting for that hyper-rubics cube, Santa! ò.Ó)
BTW: Hi! ^^
theboss wrote:Well it's just the way that you look at it.
Width, breadth and highth are all dimensions that a lower dimensional being can go trough, like a graph "lives" in one dimension (the y axis) with the x-asxis as it's time. If you see our time in such a way then it is infact a spacial dimension.
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