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User Hexahedron

Member for: 7 years (since Mar 21, 2015)
Type: Registered user
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Gender: Female
Country: United States
Favorite Pokémon: Eiscue
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About me: The cube is the dual of the octahedron.

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Score: 6,048 points (ranked #75)
Questions: 54 (53 with best answer chosen)
Answers: 213 (119 chosen as best)
Comments: 613
Voted on: 68 questions, 234 answers
Gave out: 273 up votes, 29 down votes
Received: 366 up votes, 6 down votes

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Just realised you reached 6000 points sometime recently. Idk if you had editing priviledges before, but congrats lol.
Aug 30 by xPsydxck
hi
Oct 20, 2021 by neo magius
True, but that's only because non-euclidian geometry meets in one point.
Oct 9, 2021 by Puncuation Leader
You were the one who was wondering if I'd seen Your Excellency recently, right? Because I saw him in chat for a minute earlier. I just wanted to tell ya.
Oct 6, 2021 by Yuya the Goggles
That's a shame
Jun 20, 2021 by BM™
That actually sounds really good
Jun 20, 2021 by BM™
Ice Cream
Jun 19, 2021 by BM™
Donut
Jun 16, 2021 by BM™
k.
Jun 14, 2021 by RaidenTheSworded 雷電
Eat this:
"As is the case repeatedly in discussions of polygons, triangles are a special case in the discussion of inscribed & circumscribed.  Every single possible triangle can both be inscribed in one circle and circumscribe another circle.  That “universal dual membership” is true for no other higher order polygons —– it’s only true for triangles.  Here’s a small gallery of triangles, each one both inscribed in one circle and circumscribing another circle."
Jun 14, 2021 by RaidenTheSworded 雷電