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I need to figure out how to calculate side of one side of the truncated hexagonal prism.
I am using it for the panels to put together and create a real 3d model.
I would like to make it shorter or taller and I can not figure out how to calculate the side of triangle highlighted in one of the photos attached. I have attached 3 photos for you to see.
Any suggestion how to get on about this?
Thak you
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New post 07 Nov 2017, 21:21
lekoky wrote:
Hi
I need to figure out how to calculate side of one side of the truncated hexagonal prism.
I am using it for the panels to put together and create a real 3d model.
I would like to make it shorter or taller and I can not figure out how to calculate the side of triangle highlighted in one of the photos attached. I have attached 3 photos for you to see.
Any suggestion how to get on about this?
Thak you


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