I was reading through various books about black holes, time warps, and multiple dimensions, and now I am simply asking for clarification on a few things, and previous discoveries on something I noticed while looking at geometric patterns via different dimensions.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Last part first. Let me quickly make a graph showing correlation between the smallest possible objects in each dimension, and predictions for a 4-dimensional object.

http://img166.imageshack.us/img166/536/graph0ij.jpg [Broken]

Notice how the number of points between each dimension goes up by one, and the number of lines for each dimension(x) goes up by x=x+1?

Anyway, Is it possible to construct the image of a solid 4-dimensional object in 3-dimensional space? Is the data I've shown above correct, and how many prisms and planes would be required for the making of a 4-dimensional object? One last note; if it is possible to render a 4-dimensional object in a 3-dimensional area, can someone construct one based on this? If you render it, can you tell me how many planes and prisms are formed?

Posting random questions at about 12:30(2 hours from now), please hold.

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# Random questions + Geometric multidimensional patterns.

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