## Up to the next line

We notate the 0th dimension.

We have a line that is composed of 0-dimensional dots, so we will note the number of dots with n=n dots.

## Up to the next plane

We notate the 1st dimension.

The limit of the first line will be notated as X. And dots in the next line will be denoted as X+n.

We have a plane that is composed of 1-dimensional lines, so we will note the number of lines with mX=m lines.

So for m lines and n dots on the m+1th line, we have mX+n.

## Up to the next cube

We notate the 2nd dimension.

The limit of the first plane will be notated as X^{2}. And dots+lines in the next plane will be denoted as X^{2}+mX+n.

We have a cube that is composed of 2-dimensional planes, so we will note the number of planes with lX^{2}=l planes.

So for l planes and m lines in the l+1th plane and n dots on the m+1th line in the l+1th plane, we have lX^{2}+mX+n.

## Up to infinite number of dimensions.

n describes the number of dots in the next line.

mX describes the number of lines in the next plane.

lX^{2} describes the number of planes in the next cube.

And basically, aX^{b} describes the number of b-dimensional spaces in the next b+1-dimensional space.

## Hyperdimensional spaces

We have exponentiation of X to a natural number. How about exponentiation of X to a polynomial?

We have X^{X} as the next hyperdimension. Hyperdimensions are types of dimensions beyond normal dimensions, which are used to describe dimensions.

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