Euclidean space

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Euclidean space (plural Euclidean spaces)

  1. Ordinary two- or three-dimensional space, characterised by an infinite extent along each dimension and a constant distance between any pair of parallel lines.
  2. (mathematics) Any real vector space on which a real-valued inner product (and, consequently, a metric) is defined.

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