
Re: (3,4,5)
Posted:
Mar 26, 2017 3:30 AM


yes, isocelen or isocelon or isocelesic, with the unit isoceles being the regular tetrahedron; now, it is proven that the tetrahedron is skew tetragon in three ways.... incidentally, the first three fibonacci#s give either a) 1x2x1 rectangular box, or, if they are the lengths of the pairs of edges of the isocelon, the box around it is the secondr00ts of (5,1,5). however, I guess that the canonical mode would just be to use the three pairs of lenghts to be secondr00ts, which gives secondr00ts for the cicumscribing box, as well
> I got t00 integerbox solutions from small fibnonacci#s, although > the tetrahedron is itself the canonical boxing, so to say. however, > I don't see that it holds thereafter, so that > the edges of the rectangular box  being three vols > of its inscribed tetrahedron  are generally secondr00ts. firstly, > one could show a spatial l00ns pr00f of the Pythagorean theora, > and so on > > if (1,2,3) is representing the three pairs of opposite edges, > > but being actuallt secondr00ts of 0ne and t00 and three, > > then the edges of the box are the secondr00ts of (3,4,5)  yes!

