Braingle Lite



Folding Space

Category:Riddle
Submitted By:DevilBunny
Fun:*** (2.29)
Difficulty:*** (3.07)



Not easily pictured am I.
Elusive like the breath of a sigh.

24 square faces in multiple dimensions and spaces.
8 cubes of ice for a drink that's quite nice.
32 edges; not silly green hedges.
16 vertices all bathing in the seven seas.

By 8 hyperplanes I am bound; yes my description is sound.

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Comments on this teaser


Posted by DevilBunny08/27/06
I got the idea for this one after reading "A Wrinkle in Time."

Posted by OldChinaHand08/27/06
Here DB this site might help to show the Tesseract. http://dogfeathers.com/java/hyprcube.html Interesting teaser. 8)

Posted by twixy08/27/06
good job!

Posted by josty08/27/06
i did not get it, it was hard

Posted by saucie08/28/06
that was very hard, but it was a good one learned something new thanks! :D

Posted by IMCUL4E08/28/06
:o ow. too much thinking durning summer vacation. :cry:

Posted by Pizzazz2u08/28/06
This was a terrifically stated teaser, for the answer. I can admire your math skills, but it is apparent to anyone who has taken enough math. I did enjoy your teaser. :wink: The title is good, too. :P

Posted by shoulder_angel08/29/06
I liked it! Nice job. It was kinda tricky... I had to read it through a few times and use the hint to get it, lol. :D

Posted by markita109/01/06
i agree with josty i didn't get it either :roll: :-?

Posted by DevilBunny09/11/06
HA! I fooled you all my math skills suck :roll:

Posted by underdog09/17/06
A Tesseract? You're a nerd.

Posted by maingle-_-10/30/06
I've never heard of a tesseract, and in the real physical world there is only three dimensions. very hard.

Posted by simple_person12/10/06
the hint gave me the answer. lol. i had no idea what it was until i read the hint.

Posted by bookworm9104/27/07
Awesome! I guess being a reading crazed person pays off. I got it when I read the hint hehe. Excellent teaser! :D

Posted by fishhooky07/23/07
Nothing personal, but I don't like the teasers that require abstract and obscure knowledge where you have either heard of it or you haven't.

Posted by Dylan106901/17/11
I only got this because of the hint. If you've ever read the book, you're bound to get this one right.




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