# Message #3333

From: Melinda Green <melinda@superliminal.com>

Subject: Re: [MC4D] Re: Introductions

Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2016 15:07:03 -0700

Oh, the new dimensions are used properly. I’m just saying that it’s not

as obvious as one might think.

-Melinda

On 4/18/2016 11:22 PM, liamjwright@btinternet.com [4D_Cubing] wrote:

>

>

> As I understand, the ‘3x3x3’ notation refers to size, such that on any

> given ‘x*y*z’, from any of the vertices you can move x arbitrary units

> in one direction, y in another, and z in another, and reach another

> vertex. This holds true for all of our 3D cubes, where our arbitrary

> unit is a cubie. Does this notation become obsolete in higher

> dimensions, and we just use the 3^4 name because it looks nice? Or is

> there actually a mathematical application of the new ‘x3’ added on?