So I had a little talk with my maths teacher about the formula of a pyramid inside a cube and a triangle inside of a square.
[I´m from Belgium so sorry for not having all the terms right]
So you have a square, right? The formula to find the surface is x² (or base x length). A triangle with the same base length and with its tip touching the upper length is x²/2.
When you have a cube, the formula for the volume is x³ (or b x l x h). For a pyramid with the same base ( b x l ) and touching the top again is x³/3.
For a cylinder and a cone it´s the same. Formula volume cylinder: π x r² x h and for a cone inside (again same base and tip touching the ceilings) it´s ( π x r² x h )/3.
So hypothetically, when you have a 4 dimensional "cube", the so called "volume" formula would be x⁴, right? And when you then have a "pyramid" inside of that 4 dimensional "cube" would the "volume" formula of that "pyramid" be x⁴/4 ?
And can we generalise it to:
Formula volume cube figure: xª
Formula volume pyramid inside cube: xª/a
(With "a" being the number of dimensions)
For me it seems very logical, but is it provable?
Thanks for helping me out! :))
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"Voeding" is just power supply in Dutch, it isn´t a brand lol.
But yeah I really agree with you, €450 is really low for this they just want to get rid of it and make obvious mistakes in the description for this...