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Can you test this
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aezael
2009-08-03 04:32:36 UTC
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I have always wanted to find out the answer to this question.

If you have a pyramid and if you could draw the pyramid with a force
coming from above in a straight line down to the pyramid and being
refracted at the same angle of the pyramid would not the lines of
force meet at a common point at the exact center of the pyramid.

If anybody could draw a example and prove me wrong or right I
would appreciate it.
Timelord
2009-08-04 05:02:29 UTC
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Post by aezael
I have always wanted to find out the answer to this question.
If you have a pyramid and if you could draw the pyramid with a force
coming from above in a straight line down to the pyramid and being
refracted at the same angle of the pyramid would not the lines of
force meet at a common point at the exact center of the pyramid.
If anybody could draw a example and prove me wrong or right I
would appreciate it.
I think you should ask this in alt.math
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