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# PS Cube angles?

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Hi guys, How do u approach this sort of problem?
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05 Apr 2005, 17:39
"C" 60

All sides are diagonals of the cube and they are all equal, so all 60 deg angle.
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05 Apr 2005, 18:20
banerjeea_98, you are right. I added the 45, 45 degres.
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05 Apr 2005, 18:46
banerjeea_98 wrote:
"C" 60

All sides are diagonals of the cube and they are all equal, so all 60 deg angle.

good thinking Baner.....I thought it was 90 until I have seen your solution....
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05 Apr 2005, 20:14
Each diagonal = sqrt(2) * side forming an equilateral triangle.
Thus each angle = 60 deg
05 Apr 2005, 20:14
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