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Four Points Determine a Sphere
Four noncoplanar points define the surface of a sphere. Each point runs through the 343 possible triples, indexed by
where
.
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Ed Pegg Jr
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Three Points Determine a Circle
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Four Points Determine a Sphere
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Published: October 24, 2016
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