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Driving Dimension: the geometry is controlled by the dimension. Driven Dimension: the dimension is controlled by the geometry.

The Third Dimension is the dimension of space, the one we are in now. The Fourth Dimension is the theoretical dimension of time, which overlaps onto the 3'rd Dimension.

THere was a dimension in my classroom

The fourth dimension.

dimension?

pressure dimension

As far as I can tell, it's a proprietary connection on the motherboards of the following Dell desktop systems: * Dimension 3100 * Dimension 5000 * Dimension 5100 * Dimension 5150 * Dimension 9100 * Dimension 9150 * Dimension E310 * Dimension E510 * XPS 400

The 2 dimension is times 2 but if it is 3 dimension is times 3

Momentum = Mass X Velocity Velocity = Displacement/Time Dimension of Mass = M Dimension of Displacement = L Dimension of Time = T Therefore Dimension of Velocity = LT-1 Therefore Dimension of Momentum = MLT-1

Yes there are such things of dimension.

A position, by itself, has no dimension.

find the dimension.

The dimension is [L].

its the 2nd dimension

dimension 4

Lines that define the parameters of a dimension.Dimension lines are thin lines terminating in arrowheads. Place dimension lines no closer than 3/8" from the object outline. Parallel dimension lines should be a minimum of 1/4" apart. You may place parallel dimension lines more than 1/4" apart so long as the spacing between dimension lines is uniform throughout the drawing. Dimension lines are generally broken in the center of the line to provide a space for the dimension figure. Dimension figures for parallel dimension lines are staggered. In some structural or architectural drawings, you may find dimension figures placed above the dimension line.

The fourth dimension is Time.

what is social dimension of education?

The dimension is 44.

Any integer dimension that you like.

yes,time is the 4th dimension...

Rob Dimension is 6'.

Three, of course!

Traditional Dimension One: Positivistic, Scientific, Objective, Quantitative Dimension Two: Masculine attributes, patriarchal perspectives Dimension Three: Standard of Whiteness Dimension Four: Separateness, impersonality, oppositional, competition Dimension Five: Privileged Status Alternative Dimension One: Interpretive, intuitive, subjective, qualitative Dimension Two: Feminine Attributes, feminist perspective Dimension Three: Diversity Dimension Four: Interconnectedness, integration, differences viewed as complementary Dimension Five: Recognition of Oppressions and elimination of privilege

wherever it may be the cost depends on the dimension of the rooms...try to be more specific....