# Question:Another way to find the length of edges of a tetrahedron knowing that the mesure angle of two opposite?

## Question:Another way to find the length of edges of a tetrahedron knowing that the mesure angle of two opposite?

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Let be given tetrahedron ABCD, where AB = BC = AC = a, AD = d, AD = e, CD = f. I know that, If the measure of angle of AB and CD equal to Pi/3, then we have d^2 - e^2 - a*f = 0. I tried:
ListTools[Categorize];
L := [];
for a to 30 do for d to 30 do
for e to 30 do for f to 30 do
if abs(d-e) < a and a < d+e and abs(a-e) < d and d < a+e and abs(d-a) < e and e < d+a and abs(d-f) < a and a < d+f and abs(a-f) < d and d < a+f and abs(d-a) < f and f < d+a and abs(e-f) < a and a < e+f and abs(a-f) < e and e < a+f and abs(a-e) < a and a < a+e and -a*f+d^2-e^2 = 0 and igcd(a, d, e, f) = 1 and nops({a, d, e, f}) = 4
then L := [op(L), [a, d, e, f]] end if end do end do end do end do;
nops(L);
L;

Another way to find the length of edges of a tetrahedron knowing that the mesure angle of two opposite?

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