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A richt-haundit three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate seestem uised tae indicate poseetions in space.

Space is the boondless three-dimensional extent in which objects an events hae relative poseetion an direction.[1] Pheesical space is eften conceived in three linear dimensions, altho modren pheesicists uisually consider it, wi time, tae be pairt o a boondless fower-dimensional continuum kent as spacetime. In mathematics, "spaces" are examined wi different nummers o dimensions an wi different unnerlyin structurs. The concept o space is considered tae be o fundamental importance tae an unnerstandin o the pheesical universe. However, disagreement continues atween filosophers ower whether it is itself an entity, a relationship atween entities, or pairt o a conceptual framework.

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