
Definition of Regular tetrahedron
1. Noun. A tetrahedron with four equilateral triangular faces.
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Literary usage of Regular tetrahedron
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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"... simple is to imagine the four hydrogen atoms at the apices of a regular
tetrahedron in the centre of which is the carbon atom as in the diagrams (Fig. ..."
2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... simple is to imagine the four hydrogen atoms at the apices of a regular
tetrahedron in the centre of which is the carbon atom as in the diagrams (fig. ..."
3. Solid Geometry by William Betz, Harrison Emmett Webb (1916)
"Find the total area of a regular tetrahedron of edge a; of the regular ...
The midsection of a regular tetrahedron is determined by one edge and the ..."
4. Theory and Applications of Finite Groups by George Abram Miller, Hans Frederick Blichfeldt, Leonard Eugene Dickson (1916)
"Generalizations of the Group of the regular tetrahedron.* An immediate generalization
of the tetrahedral group is given by the equations It results directly ..."
5. Theory and Applications of Finite Groups by George Abram Miller, Hans Frederick Blichfeldt, Leonard Eugene Dickson (1916)
"Generalizations of the Group of the regular tetrahedron.* An immediate generalization
of the tetrahedral group is given by the equations It results directly ..."
6. Plane and Solid Geometry by Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith (1895)
"How many degrees in the sum of the faceangles at one vertex of a regular
tetrahedron ? hexahedron ? octahedron ? dodecahedron ? icosahedron ? 642. ..."
7. Plane and Solid Geometry by Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith (1895)
"How many degrees in the sum of the faceangles at one vertex of a regular
tetrahedron ? hexahedron ? octahedron ? dodecahedron ? icosahedron ? 642. ..."
8. The Principles of the Phase Theory: Heterogeneous Equilibria Between Salts by Douglas Arthur Clibbens (1920)
"Summarising, we see that if the four corners of a regular tetrahedron represent
four pure components, then points on the six edges represent all possible ..."