Difference between revisions of "Cube (geometry)"

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* An [[inscribe]]d sphere of radius <math>\frac{s}{2}</math>
 
* An [[inscribe]]d sphere of radius <math>\frac{s}{2}</math>
 
* A sphere [[tangent]] to all of its edges of radius <math>\frac{s\sqrt{2}}{2}</math>
 
* A sphere [[tangent]] to all of its edges of radius <math>\frac{s\sqrt{2}}{2}</math>
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* A regular tetrahedron can fit in exactly two ways inside a cube
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 12:07, 10 April 2021

A cube, or regular hexahedron, is a solid composed of six square faces. A cube is dual to the regular octahedron and has octahedral symmetry. A cube is a Platonic solid. All edges of cubes are equal to each other.

Formulas

A cube with edge-length $s$ has:

See also

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