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Re: Volume of geodesic "sphere" (project)
Posted:
May 1, 1998 7:59 PM


In a previous article, nelsoncj@gte.net ("Clifford J. Nelson") says:
the following does not define a general tetrah.in space without equivocation!... using homogenous planar coordinates, you need 4 for each plane, or 3 converted to "cartesian" planar ones.
>No. I define a tetrahedron by four numbers representing the perpendicular >displacement of the four enclosing planes, the way it says to do it in >Synergetics 1 & 2.
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