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This approach is not a natural one to follow when one deals with curved space as

one must in considering questions of gravitation, general relativity and

Then it is natural to limit attention to a space like description of the quantum ...

This approach is not a natural one to follow when one deals with curved space as

one must in considering questions of gravitation, general relativity and

**geometry**.Then it is natural to limit attention to a space like description of the quantum ...

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However, the Pythagorean theorem also holds within the surface when the paper

is bent up as at B. Thus the

in the example happens to he Euclidean - - is unaffected by the way this ...

However, the Pythagorean theorem also holds within the surface when the paper

is bent up as at B. Thus the

**geometry**intrinsic to the 2-surface — a**geometry**thatin the example happens to he Euclidean - - is unaffected by the way this ...

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really information at all about the

about the coordinate system that happens to be used to describe it. There are

less than 6 significant pieces of information per point carried in the l3,<7,„„.

really information at all about the

**geometry**of the 3-space a, but only informationabout the coordinate system that happens to be used to describe it. There are

less than 6 significant pieces of information per point carried in the l3,<7,„„.

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Generalità | 1 |

Parte prima Problemi teorici | 9 |

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