The dimensions of motion - out of curiosity!April 20 2009 at 2:16 PM
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We all know that there are three dimensions of motion: height, width, and depth that are taught in our system. Ultimately, however, there is a fourth dimension: time.
Out of curiosity, who teaches this fourth dimension, and if you do, how do you teach it as related to our system?
Thought it would be a good discussion.
Michael Miller, CKF
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