Q: What does the I dimension stand for when measuring dimensions?

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Dimension relates to measuring the size of an object. Common practice dictates that we measure objects by length and width [two dimensions]. The third dimension is normally the thicknessof an object.

Inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters, kilometers, miles, fathoms, furlongs... Your measuring dimensions (distance)

One dimension: Length Two dimensions: Length, Width Three dimensions: Length, Width, Height

2 dimension

No. Everything in our world is four dimensions. 3 dimensions of space, and 1 dimension of time.

Dual dimensions in engineering is when both the English system's unit for the dimension and the metric system's unit for the dimension are shown together as two stacked dimensions.

no ! dimensions of force and that of frequency are different.

The first dimension is primary (length). The second dimension is secondary (width). The third dimmension is tertiary (height). Those are the 3 basic spatial dimensions. The fourth dimension is time. The fifth dimension is the rotation of primary. The sixth dimension is the rotation of secondary (and primary). The seventh dimension is the rotation of tertiary (secondary and primary). The eighth dimension is the pulse of time. The ninth dimension is the energy radiation of primary. The tenth dimension is the energy radiation of secondary. The eleventh dimension is the energy radiation of tertiary. In total there are 10 spatial dimensions and 1 time dimension, in other words, 11 spacetime dimensions.

In its simplest form: a line describes one dimension, a plane describes two dimensions, and a cube describes three dimensions.

there is no certain dimension the come in all differnet dimensions

DNA is in three dimensions.

1 dimension would just be lines in 1 dimension with no width or no length. You wouldn't be able to see it. Pictures on paper are in 2 dimensions. Models in space are in 3 dimensions.

The hypotenuse dimension for a right triangle with 3 and 4 leg dimensions is: 5

An "other dimension" is a dimension other than the three dimensions of space and one of time that we normally experience.

No, but dimensions can be to negative powers. For example, the dimension for frequency is [T-1].

Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.Plane shapes are geometric shapes in 2 dimensions, but geometric shapes can also be in 1 dimension or 3 dimensions, or, for mathematicians, in more than 3 dimensions.

The four dimensions of Space Time are one real dimension r=ct and three vector dimensions Ix + Jy + Kz. All the dimensions have units of meters. The idea of a dimension of time is an historical artifact.

A line has one dimension.

Area has the dimensions of (length)2 .

Three Dimensions

dimension and description of rh

a 3 dimension shape.

Mass does have dimension. It is M L0 T0. Of course basic! But it has dimension. Mass is one of the basic dimensions. For example momentum has dimensions ML/T

It all depends what you mean by dimensions - for example in geometry a point is said to have zero dimension a figure having length, such as a line has one dimension a plane or surface has two dimensions a figure having volume has three dimensions the fourth dimension is said to be time any other dimension can not be represented visually but may be dealt with mathematically

A higher dimension is exactly what it sounds like: a dimension that is different (higher) from length, width, and depth. Our world is in three dimensions, and a higher dimensional universe would have four or mroe dimensions.