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how do I do 3-d Pythagoras of a cube

 Jun 16, 2015

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(CC')^2   + (AC)^2  = (AC')^2  ....  where CC'  = the side length, S       AC is S√2   and  AC' = S√3

 

 

 Jun 16, 2015
 #1
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Best Answer

 

 

 

 

(CC')^2   + (AC)^2  = (AC')^2  ....  where CC'  = the side length, S       AC is S√2   and  AC' = S√3

 

 

CPhill Jun 16, 2015

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