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My question goes as follows:

If we want equally distributed N-angles in a plane, then the angle between any two lines will be 360/N. e.g 5-equal angles will be calculated to 72-degs each.

Now if the same five lines (centred at one point) have to be equally spread in a sphere, then what should be the angle between any two lines?

OR

The angle between two lines of a tetrahedron is 109.47°. How is it calculated?

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# Homework Help: Angles Distribution in 3D

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