Dimensions are measurable extents that provide infinitely many points.

## Formulas Edit

### Dimension-Point Formula Edit

If **d **represents the number of dimensions, and **p** represents the number of possible points, then **p = ∞ ^{d}**.

For example, in zero space (0-dimensions), p = ∞^{0}, which means p = 1. This is true as the 0th dimension is only a point, so there is only one possible point.

### Dimension-Net Formula Edit

If **d **represents the number of dimensions, and **n** represents the number of (d-1)-dimensional geometries needed to construct the outline of a d-dimensional geometry, then **n =2d**.

For example, in the 3rd dimension, n = 2(3), which means n= 6. This is true as 6 squares are needed to construct the outline of a cube.

### Dimension-Vertices Formula Edit

If **d **represents the number of dimensions, and **v** represents the number of vertices, then **v = 2 ^{d}**.

For example, in the 3rd dimension, v = 2^{3}, which means v = 8. This is true as there are 8 vertices in a cube.

## Zero Space Edit

Zero space can be visualized as a single point with no dimensions whatsoever.

Possible Points: 1

Geometries in Net: 0

## First Dimension Edit

The first dimension can be visualized as a line.

Possible Points: ∞Geometries in Net: 2 (points)

## Second Dimension Edit

The second dimension can be visualized as a square.

Possible Points: ∞

Geometries in Net: 4 (line segments)

## Third Dimension Edit

The third dimension can be visualized as a cube.

Possible Points: ∞

Geometries in Net: 6 (squares)

## Fourth Dimension Edit

The fourth dimension can be visualized as a tesseract.

Possible Points: ∞

Geometries in Net: 8 (cubes)

## Fifth Dimension Edit

The fifth dimension can be visualized as a penteract.

Possible Points: ∞

Geometries in Net: 10 (tesseracts)