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Topic: 3D geometry to be solved away of 3D programs
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Hana Albasha

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From: Ymen
Registered: 11/17/10
3D geometry to be solved away of 3D programs
Posted: Nov 22, 2010 9:05 PM
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Dear members,
greetings

I hope some one can help me to solve the case explained below:

I'm stuck in this shape for more than two months to solve it out with geometry rules and math formulas but I cant solve it, the question is if I have details of any three points of the attached model the other three points will be fixed in there places so how I can get out of three points locations that I know the other 3 points locations?

if I have C-B, C-T & B-T how can I get location of C-A, C-D & C-S using geometry or math formulas.
please help me or advice me how to solve it out

here a video of the 3D model http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkEeViSZkAE
and I have attached excel file contain 4 examples, if you need more details about point B, C & T let me know please


regards,
Hana



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