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I have recently been reading a novel, called A Wrinkle In Time. In a part of this book, they mention a tesseract. "Oh and by the way, a tesseract is real." (Quoted from the novel). Me and my class were discussing about what the word tesseract was. So that's when I decided to look it up here, and I infer that a tesseract is real because of the novel I am reading. You can see pictures off a tesseract in other websites like Google, or Yahoo.

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A tesseract can be constructed in 2 simple ways: 8 cubes folded together, in the same way a cube is made with 6 squares folded together. Many cubes put in a line along the 4th dimension, like a cube is made up of many squares stacked into eachother. A constructed tesseract cannot be built in our 3D universe.

A tesseract is a four dimensional extension of a cube. To simply visualize a tesseract, you can draw one cube inside another cube, and connect the vertices of those two with diagonal lines. Tesseracts cannot be measured by length, width, and height alone. An entirely new dimension must be introduced, so it is very difficult to conceptualize it. Any cube higher than three dimensions is called a hypercube. It can't exist in our three-dimensional Universe, but it's an important concept, as computers perform calculations all the time in such dimensions. Kinda like the imaginary number i. Oh, and, there infinite numbers of cells (three dimensional objects) whose dimensions axbxc are all less than the axbxcxd dimensions of a tesseract To see a picture of a tesseract and learn more, follow the links below

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The Tesseract - novel - was created in 1998.

The Tesseract - novel - has 226 pages.

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The ISBN of The Tesseract - novel - is 0-670-87016-1.

A tesseract is a four-dimensional shape, so it is impossible for humans to visualize it in our three-dimensional world. We can only represent it through mathematical models or computer graphics that attempt to depict how it would appear if we could see in four dimensions.

I have recently been reading a novel, called A Wrinkle In Time. In a part of this book, they mention a tesseract. "Oh and by the way, a tesseract is real." (Quoted from the novel). Me and my class were discussing about what the word tesseract was. So that's when I decided to look it up here, and I infer that a tesseract is real because of the novel I am reading. You can see pictures off a tesseract in other websites like Google, or Yahoo.

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