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360 feet by 160 feet this includes both end zones.. The field of play is 300 feet by 160 feet and does not include the end zones.

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four-dimensional describes something existing in four dimensions. The "real world" which we experience is often referred to as three-dimensional, meaning that any location can… be described by only three coordinates. These coordinates are usually thought of as forward - backwards, left - right, and up - down, and with some nominal reference point as a datum. Often the real world is treated as four-dimensional, with time as the fourth dimension. Then, with some reference point and date we can describe any location at any point in time as well. Another way of puting it is, it is time. (MORE)

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To say that space has three dimensions basically means that it is possible to draw three lines, each perpendicular to the other two. For example, one line from north to south,… one from east to west, and the third up-down - but any other directions will do, as long as they are perpendicular to each other. As a result, you need three numbers to specify the position of an object in space, no matter what coordinate system you choose. To say that space has three dimensions basically means that it is possible to draw three lines, each perpendicular to the other two. For example, one line from north to south, one from east to west, and the third up-down - but any other directions will do, as long as they are perpendicular to each other. As a result, you need three numbers to specify the position of an object in space, no matter what coordinate system you choose. To say that space has three dimensions basically means that it is possible to draw three lines, each perpendicular to the other two. For example, one line from north to south, one from east to west, and the third up-down - but any other directions will do, as long as they are perpendicular to each other. As a result, you need three numbers to specify the position of an object in space, no matter what coordinate system you choose. To say that space has three dimensions basically means that it is possible to draw three lines, each perpendicular to the other two. For example, one line from north to south, one from east to west, and the third up-down - but any other directions will do, as long as they are perpendicular to each other. As a result, you need three numbers to specify the position of an object in space, no matter what coordinate system you choose. (MORE)

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No, he is not a dementor. Nor is he a house-elf. Or a pixy. Or a dragon.

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it is place where people travel by space travel like in wrinkle in time they traveled to the fifth demention to find their dad that is what a demention is.

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You can't tell. The area doesn't tell you the dimensions. There are an infinite number of shapes, all with different dimensions, that all have areas of 1 acre. "One acre" on…ly tells you how much ground it covers, but the outline of that area can have any shape. If your acre is circular, then its diameter is 235.5-ft. If it's square, then its sides are all 208.7-ft If it's a rectangle, then there are an infinite number of possibilities. Here are a few. They're all 1 acre: If it's 1 mile long, then it's 8 ft 3 in wide. If it's 4,840 ft long, then it's 9 ft wide. If it's 3,600 ft long, then it's 12.1 ft wide. If it's 528 ft long, then it's 82.5 ft wide. If it's 484 ft long, then it's 90 ft wide. If it's 360 ft long, then it's 121 ft wide. If it's 242 ft long, then it's 180 ft wide. . (MORE)

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That depends on where the forces will be coming from. If both structures are subjected to forces in 3 dimensions, then the 3 dimensional structure will be less apt to fall ove…r or something. If by strength you mean not compressing, then the 2 dimensional structure might be better theoretically, though you couldn't really build a 2 dimensional structure. (MORE)

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Yes but it can mean that you are a bit weird or strange for your age

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Interpretation: 3 dimensions (aka 3D)- usually refers to a 3 dimensional geometric figure (e.g. cube, prism, etc.) or a movie in 3 dimensions with images that "pop out" at the… audience. (MORE)

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no. take the small side of a piece of paper for example. there is still a very small width.