# The third power squared.

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 Submitted on: 5/29/2019 10:09:17 AM By: Nicholas Forystek Level: Beginner User Rating: Unrated Compatibility: VB 6.0 Views: 3818

This is an example of use of to the power of 3 and 5 to make three portions of data co-efficient of information such as triangle data, in the third power squared, descriptions of triangles often come in three's, proportional matching other triangles in blinded to the same, with different numbers, proportional rations The idea is that if a box has three parts of information length width and height, then by the definition of another meaning and not numbers, three of them enter a Pythagorean clause of confusions identity each having equal right portions in three however, and not just two sides of a right angle, shared description as being the proportionate posture of hypotenuse not so right angle defines. Expanding the information to assimilate allows the information useful to finding other properties of anotherâ€™s box given the three hypotenuses of descriptions. In triangles, the information for plenty fits into three floating numbers and share descriptions from one to the other. Triangle data includes; vertex information, vertex itself, vectors, normal, center, lengths of sides, displacement, ratio, surface, gravity, velocity, speed, distance, slope data and distance to plane to name some.

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