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# three-space

## Definitions

• n. A vector space whose basis of real numbers has three vectors

## Etymologies

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## Examples

• I utilized the initial three-space option of the Ubar's Scribe's Spearman.

Cinnamon Roll

• Ãª are unit vectors in three-space, and then shows that these Quantum Mechanical expectation values violate Bell's Inequality.

Bell's Theorem

• We are familiar with the basics, the concept of free fall, space-time curvature, invariant frames and so forth, and understand the possibility of an extra three-space in the structure.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Quantum Mechanics, But Were Afraid to Ask

• To illustrate with Euclidean three-space, its associated projective space is the unit sphere with antipodal points identified, forming a two-dimensional manifold.

Algebra

• This state propagates not in ordinary three-space but in configuration space, where each point specifies the configuration of both particles.

Action at a Distance in Quantum Mechanics

• That the guiding wave, in the general case, propagates not in ordinary three-space but in a multidimensional-configuration space is the origin of the notorious ˜nonlocality™ of quantum mechanics.

Bohmian Mechanics

• Distances were, in effect, greater between two points here than in three-space.

Orphans of Chaos

• If the mansion stood on a hypersphere slightly greater in diameter than the mansion grounds, a person could move from any point to any other with what, in three-space, would seem to be right angles.

Orphans of Chaos

• Rather than being the shortcut I had hoped, I encountered more time-intervals per second than in three-space.

Orphans of Chaos

• The nearest had already dipped an arc into three-space, and was sending out concentric waves of energy, whose cross-section manifested themselves in our continuum, as music.

Orphans of Chaos