Q: What are the dimensions of a Roman Cross?

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If you double the cross-sectional area and halve the length, you will still have the same volume but the dimensions will be different.

In 1773, Joseph Louis Lagrange introduced the component form of both the dot and cross products in order to study the tetrahedron in three dimensions

There are often multiple 'correct' dimensions for these problems. The most straight forward way to solve it is to list all the factors that, when multiplied, equal the area. Then from this list, cross out the factors that DON'T equal your perimeter. The remaining factors are your possible dimensions.

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If you double the cross-sectional area and halve the length, you will still have the same volume but the dimensions will be different.

Volume = cross-section area*length

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