**Time in Physics | Encyclopedia.com**
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Time in classical physics is normally assumed to have the ordering, topological, and metrical structure of the real number line. That is, it is one-dimensional, continuous, infinite in both directions, and so on. The temporal metric is just the one used for the real line: between any two times, a and b, the duration is b–a. Time in classical physic...

**Time in classical physics is normally assumed to have the ordering, topological, and metrical structure of the real number line.** That is, it is one-dimensional, continuous, infinite in both directions, and so on. The temporal metric is just the one used for the real line: between any two times, a and b, the duration is b–a. Time in classical physic...

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