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capital letters = link theorem 2 to find the surface area of a Regular Triangle multiply one of the sides triangle by itself and divide the answer by 2.3093 a theorem is a statement which can be demonstrated Mathematically there are at least two types of theorems 1 Time theorems 2 eternal theorems an example of an eternal theorem is... the area of a regular triangle is found by multiplying any one of the sides of the triangle by itself and then divide the answer by 2.3093 examples 10 centimetres times 10 centimetres equals 100 squared centimetres (to square a number is to multiply it by itself ) 100 squared centimetres divided by 2.3093 equals 43.3 square centimetres the example above is for a two-Dimensional triangle it can be applied to infinite dimensions... 10 centimetres multiplied by 10 centimetres multiplied by 3 equals 300 squared centimetres 300 square centimetres divided by 2.3093 equals 129.9 square centimetres so in a square box that is 10 centimetres high and 10 centimetres deep and 10 centimetres wide you can put 129 boxes that are 1 centimetre high 1 centimetre deep and 1 centimetre wide this next example is for a four-dimensional box (to see what a four dimensional box looks like see the first two objects below this writing) ten centimetres multiplied by ten centimetres equals one hundred square centimetres one hundred square centimetres multiplied by four equals four hundred square centimetres four hundred square centimetres divided by 2.3093 equals 173.2 square centimetres which means you can put one hundred and seventy three boxes that measure one centimetre by one centimetre by one centimetre in it using the same formula for five dimensions it comes to 216.5 square centimetres two hundred and sixteen boxes note that there is an increase in the volume of space for each new dimension and that the increase is exponential (gets larger at a faster rate) which means there would be enough space in the millionth-dimension to fit in a million universes like ours! (see also Calculus) thinking about this exponential characteristic will give you a mind-blowing insight into the expansive, endless nature of Space the above theorem is an eternal truth it existed before god existed * Bell's theorem of Interconnectedness below a four-dimensiona cube, a three-dimensional triangle and a four-dimensional triangle |