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Topic: powering is cube shaped
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frank zubek

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powering is cube shaped
Posted: Aug 1, 2013 5:19 PM
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Kirby wrote;
That's why she says "square root of 2 cubed" because the model of 3rd
powering is cube shaped.
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So sqr2 cubed = 2.828427125/1.060660172=3

So 2 cubed = 8 x .375 = 3

So you use a constant to arrive at cube = 3
I use a constant to also arrive at cube = 3

So 1.060660172/.375 = 2.828427125

ALL THIS IS A NONSESE, a number shuffle.
Tetrahedron is NOT cube shaped yet we using thir powering. vol. of a sphere is not cube shape yet we use r cubed times Pi/4

Same IDENTICAL cubes have SAME volumes period.

frank



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