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If a 2D ball look/be flat, 3D ball be solid, then what would 4D ball look like?

Posted - September 8, 2023

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  • 1964
    Just to put a fly in the ointment for fun I guess, what you put up there offends me because it has rightly difficult math connotations where I do not have the mindset to hit the right side of a barn. Curve of a line? Take up through 2D space that way?.All I remember is cosine and I do not have the foggiest clue what that is. I don't even know the definition if an integer. This post was edited by CosmicWunderkind at September 9, 2023 12:16 PM MDT
      September 8, 2023 7:33 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    I just was really interested to look for what the four-dimensional circle or a ball really look like - in picture.
      September 9, 2023 11:40 AM MDT
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  • 2731
    Did you try doing a simple shape step order as: 0D as Dot, 1D as Line, 2D as Square, & 3D as Cube.
    And think around as how you would form the 3-D shape into 4-D shape, that you probably would do it just the same way as how you would form the line into a square, or to just form a square into a cube.
      September 9, 2023 12:29 PM MDT
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  • 1964
    I scan over your intricately complicate modifications and the only concept I can suggest is that that 4D would be invisible and, by another supposition, would draw a parallel to the physics quest seeking another invisible dimension which could be the 4th 5th 6th or 7th, dunno which, which they are trying to find at Cern Laboratory. There are about a googol and a half atoms in the universe. Can you verify that:)? They found a new force on why the universe wobbles. Dark matter and matter should be equal after the big bang but there is suspicion that there is another matter that innate and that CERN made a major breakthrough recently found.

    This post was edited by CosmicWunderkind at September 9, 2023 12:54 PM MDT
      September 9, 2023 12:48 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    Okay -  I now understand that the 4D shape probably way more complicated than the 3D shape(than I think it is), & may look way bigger than just a 3D shape(than I think). Is this right? This post was edited by DannyPetti at September 9, 2023 3:47 PM MDT
      September 9, 2023 3:04 PM MDT
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  • 44394
    A donut.
      September 9, 2023 7:41 AM MDT
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  • 2731
    Don't know if that's the exactly best correct answer for the 4-D ball, but would like to see it in real picture!
      September 9, 2023 11:42 AM MDT
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  • 1964
    Just kicking around but, I think I found a manufacture 4D great in holigraphic design yet. It's a start? A sphere within a sphere? This post was edited by CosmicWunderkind at September 10, 2023 12:45 PM MDT
      September 9, 2023 3:52 PM MDT
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  • 44394
      September 9, 2023 7:52 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    Okay the picture-don't know about this one to my 4D Question
      September 10, 2023 5:57 AM MDT
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  • 33165
    Yes it is.  For part of the time a 4D sphere looks like a donut.  
      September 10, 2023 6:13 AM MDT
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  • 2731
    As if there may be a lot of balls grouped together as in a ring shape or something like that?
      September 12, 2023 7:08 PM MDT
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  • 17503
    Invisible.
      September 9, 2023 12:12 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    No, do not give me just that answer!
      September 9, 2023 12:21 PM MDT
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  • 33165
      September 9, 2023 4:21 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    Is this just one of them that's like a 4-D circle or ball ?
      September 10, 2023 7:01 AM MDT
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  • 33165
    4D Ball
      September 10, 2023 12:07 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    Okay,
    May try stick with that advice now.
      September 11, 2023 7:02 PM MDT
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  • 2731
    I probably see that there's other different of 4-D circle or balls. 
    Then I may just stick to just this 4-D Ball video!
      September 12, 2023 7:11 PM MDT
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