Ten conjectural dimensions in string theory are supposed to come as four of which we are aware, carrying some kind of fibration with fiber dimension six. Calabi-Yau manifolds of complex dimension three (i.e. dimension six) appear in (supersymmetric) string theory compactifications, supposed (that is) to have them as a fiber, on a base of four dimensions.
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