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we know that our universe is homogenous and isotropic in large scale.

the metric describe these conditions is FRW metric.

In FRW, we have constant,k, that represent the surveture of space.

it can be 1,0,-1.

but the the Einstan Eq, Ricci scalar is obtained as function of time! and this leads to Frideman Eq.

I sonfuse about this. the curveture of universe is constant or not!

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# Ricci scalar and curveture of FRW metric

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