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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I just want to clear this up: why cant 5th till 11th dimension be represented in 3 dimensions no matter how small this extra dimensions are? One analogy for an extra dimension is a long rope that represents one dimension but this rope is composed of thinner twisting ropes which now represent the extra dimensions. But even with this picture the twisting ropes can still be described in 3 dimensions. The only way i can think extra dimensions make sense is if mathematically we can prove that a point in normal 3D space has the same location as a point irregarldess where that point is in the extra dimensions.

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