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What do you mean by "constructed"?

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drawn on paper.the link what you gave was where i saw earlier on tesseract,i want

a better explanation.

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projected?,i mean considering what as the 4th dimension has this been projected?

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Projections to 2 dimensions

The construction of a hypercube can be imagined the following way:

* 1-dimensional: Two points A and B can be connected to a line, giving a new line segment AB.

* 2-dimensional: Two parallel line segments AB and CD can be connected to become a square, with the corners marked as ABCD.

* 3-dimensional: Two parallel squares ABCD and EFGH can be connected to become a cube, with the corners marked as ABCDEFGH.

* 4-dimensional: Two parallel cubes ABCDEFGH and IJKLMNOP can be connected to become a hypercube, with the corners marked as ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP.

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