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A four-dimensional hypercube has vertices connecting 4 edges, each edge 90 degrees apart from each other. Each edge is 1 unit long. Find the 3-d surface volume of this cube. Find the 2-d surface area. Find the sum of the lengths of all the edges.

Find a general equation for the s-dimensional surface area of an c-dimensional cube with one unit side length. For example, if s=1 and c=3, you're finding the sum of the length of the edges of a normal cube.

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hileigh berllaque2004-07-28 04:44:05
re: you tell me what subject beTristan2004-03-23 19:56:43
SolutionSolution by vector algebraRichard2004-03-20 20:02:54
SolutionThe Rest of a SolutionIain2004-03-20 17:46:16
SolutionMost of a solutionCharlie2004-03-20 11:23:31
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