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The volume of an irregular tetrahedron 2012-02-22
From Brittany:
If I am given an irregular tetrahedron with the coordinates of the 4 points how do I find the volume? For example I am asked to find the volume and only given the points A(-4,-3,5), B(2,-1,2), C(0,-5,0), and D(-2,0,0) can you shown me the working and formular to find the volume?
Answered by Robert Dawson.
What is the volume of a regular tetrahedron? 1996-10-21
From Paul Bleier:
How does one calculate the volume and the height of a three sided pyramid formed by equilateral triangles?
Answered by Bruce Gilligan.



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