
Re: hilbert's third problem
Posted:
Aug 10, 2013 9:54 AM


given any two polyhedra of equal volume, is it always possible to cut the first into finitely many polyhedral pieces which can be reassembled to yield the second?   in some citations this problem is referred to tetrahedrons sure, sure all tetrahedrons are polyhedrons not all polyhedrons are tetrahedrons.
So you actually know the problem correct? you actually have a tetrahedron that can be dissected and than rejoined to make a another tetrahedron. Fascinating.
frank
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