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Quote from: ruler501 on November 15, 2011, 08:25:21 pmIf I knew wherw I could find it I'd post my noyes on relativity in relation to newtons laws.That would be cool

If I knew wherw I could find it I'd post my noyes on relativity in relation to newtons laws.

I was at a math conference when it finally clicked for me what a hyper cube was. Once I figured it out, I came up with a way to draw them and I was applying graph theory to it

Quote from: Xeda112358 on November 16, 2011, 09:13:41 pmI was at a math conference when it finally clicked for me what a hyper cube was. Once I figured it out, I came up with a way to draw them and I was applying graph theory to it Id love to understand that. It completely confuses me. I cant seem to visualize >3dimensional objects

n^{2n–1}

More generally, the number of k-dimensional subcomponents in a n-dimensional hypercube is 2^{n-k}*_{n}C_{k}.With the gamma function we can easily analyze non-integer dimension hypercubes