- Chapter 1 mostly talks about envisioning multiple dimensions,
from the second and third dimension to the fourth, fifth, sixth
and beyond. However, what about no, or 0 dimension? Is it just
a point?
- In
*B3D,* there is an illustration(page 9) that shows
the progression of the hypercube from 0 dimension to the fourth
dimension. What happens if you take a equilateral/equiangular
triangle and project it into the third dimension? Is it a triangular
pyramid? What happens when the pyramid is projected into four
space? How many vertices and sides does a four space triangle
have?
- "Dimension" is a multifaceted word. But, mathematically,
is there only one possible fourth dimension? Or, are there other
possibilities?