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  • n. Plural form of three-space.


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  • We shall do this particularly with reference to the different sections of an object obtained at any point by taking different perpendicular three-spaces.

    The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained

  • It is not easy for us to imagine such pictures, and so we can attempt to get an impression of the shapes of objects by supposing that a three-dimensional being, a person like ourselves, could pass through a series of parallel three-spaces (three-dimensional spaces) and in each three-space examine that portion of the object which lies in this space, that section of the object.

    The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained

  • Thake the three-spaces-*, should TWiki allow for the mistake of 1 extra / less space?



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