Quick question: Do length, width, height, and time accurately describe the 4 dimensions?

PG

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Nope, but close maybe depending on what you mean.

It depends on your coordinate system of choice. It you are using the simple cartesian coordinate system, you need the x,y,z, and time pieces of data. But first you need to define the coordinate system of choice and then pick a reference or zero point and define where the planes are, etc.
 

Teatowel

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Yes... three spacial dimensions, and one of time. However 10 dimensions have been described by quantum physicists and are necessary for complete understanding of quantum theory and hyperspace.
 

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