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|Cube (3-cube)||tesseract (4-cube)|
A square is a two-dimensional shape, a cube has three dimensions. A cube is constructed by putting six squares together. Mathematicians say that the cube is the three-dimensional analogue of the square. The analogue of the square in an n-dimensional space is called hypercube. In four dimensions, this figure is also called tesseract.
Related pages[change | change source]
- Simplex - the n-dimensional analogue of the triangle
- Hyperrectangle - the general case of the hypercube, where the base is a rectangle.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Eric W. Weisstein, Hypercube at MathWorld.
- Eric W. Weisstein, Hypercube graphs at MathWorld.
- Olshevsky, George, Measure polytope at Glossary for Hyperspace.
- www.4d-screen.de (Rotation of 4D – 7D-Cube)
- Rotating a Hypercube by Enrique Zeleny, Wolfram Demonstrations Project.
- Stereoscopic Animated Hypercube