i would like to know if the 'angle' between lets say the walls of a room (ie. the intersection of 3 planes all perpendicular to each other) can be represented in mathematical terms, but as a kind of 3D angle- that is to say not as a combination of 2D angles but as an altogether new form of representing the gap between intersecting planes.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is there any way to do this and if not why can't these 'angles' be represented in 3D?

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# 3D angles- can they exist?

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