Instruction

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In the figure, composed of exactly the same faces, the base can be considered as any of them, so the problem is reduced to calculating the length of an arbitrarily chosen edge. If you are aware of the total surface area

**of the tetrahedron**(S), to calculate the length of edge (a) extract from it the square root and divide the result by the cube root of triples: a = √S/3√3.2

The area of one face (s), must obviously be four times smaller than the full surface area. Therefore, for calculation of the edge length for this parameter is transform the formula from the previous step to this: a = 2*√s/3√3.

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If the conditions given height (H)

**of a tetrahedron**, to find the length of side (a), each component of the line triple is the only known value, and then divide by the square root of six: a = 3*H/√6.4

While known because of the problem volume (V)

**of the tetrahedron**to calculate the length of edge (a) will have to extract the cube root of this value, increased twelve times. Calculate this value, divide it, and in the fourth root of two: a = 3√(12*V)/⁴√2.5

Knowing the diameter circumscribed about

**the tetrahedron**of the sphere (D), too it is possible to find the length of its edge (a). To do this, increase the diameter in half and then divide by the square root of six: a = 2*D/√6.6

The diameter of the inscribed in this shape of a sphere (d) the length of the edge is determined by almost the same the only difference is that the diameter should be increased not twice, but six times: a = 6*d/√6.

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Circle radius (r) inscribed in any face of this figure also allows us to calculate the necessary size - multiply it by six and divide by the square root of triples: a = r*6/√3.

8

If the conditions of the problem given the total length of all edges of the regular

**tetrahedron**(P), to find the length of each of them just divide this number by six which is the number of edges has this body figure: a = P/6.