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Please add net of penteract.Tatsh 14:24, 21 November 2006 (UTC)
- A net usually only goes down one dimension, so a net of tesseract facets would exist in 4D. I guess you could consider a net down two dimensions, like drawing 12 line segment graph and calling it an edge-net of a cube, but you'd lose the face information. So a Penteract could have a cell-net in that way. Tom Ruen 01:57, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
- The math is easy enough, an E5 vector space, but trying draw useful pictures does get pretty crazy. Tom Ruen 01:57, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
- Agreed. We may calculate it (and if we can calculate it and prove it, it's true), but visualizing it, let alone developing an intuition for it, is a task of epic proportions. Hell, the number of humans who can do that with the 4th dimension is slim at best; 5th dimension is simply asking for too much of 3 dimensional beings. I would like to see someone try to visualize the higher dimensions. Jaimeastorga2000 13:22, 9 August 2007 (UTC)
- Oh yeah? Then what about all those people who have solved the 5-dimensional Rubik's cube? I kid you not, somebody has actually solved the 5D equivalent of the Professor's Cube (see the Hall of Insanity linked above).
- (OK, so nobody has solved the Magic 120-cell yet (see 120-cell), but that doesn't mean they don't try!)—Tetracube (talk) 20:21, 29 September 2008 (UTC)