# Difference between revisions of "Space"

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<small>For the [[astronomy]] term, see [[Outer space]]</small> | <small>For the [[astronomy]] term, see [[Outer space]]</small> | ||

− | '''Space''' is, in its simplest terms, the [[geometry]] of three [[dimension]]s. | + | '''Space''' is, in its simplest terms, the [[geometry]] of three [[dimension]]s. In [[mathematics|mathematical]] theory, spaces with more or fewer than three dimensions can be described, although these cannot exist in the real universe. |

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## Revision as of 06:41, 1 May 2009

For the astronomy term, see Outer space

**Space** is, in its simplest terms, the geometry of three dimensions. In mathematical theory, spaces with more or fewer than three dimensions can be described, although these cannot exist in the real universe.