A tetrahedron (triangular pyramid) is a three-dimensional shape. It has four corners. It looks like a pyramid. It has six equally long edges, four corners and four equilateral triangular faces. Every two edges meet on one of those corners forming a sixty-degree angle. All of its sides are triangles.
Formulas for a regular tetrahedronEdit
A regular tetrahedron is a tetrahedron where all of its edges are the same length. If the length of an edge is a:
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Coxeter, Harold Scott MacDonald; Regular Polytopes, Methuen and Co., 1948, Table I(i)
- ↑ Köller, Jürgen, "Tetrahedron", Mathematische Basteleien, 2001