kingmaz wrote:As a start, I'll underline that I don't understand the mechanism of the Cartesian Product.
However, if the Cartesian Product of two circles is the duocylinder, does that mean the Cartesian Product of two triangles is a duopyramid?
Is this the same as Rotope 55?
Moving on from that, what is Cartesian Product of two pyramids called (Rotope 188?)?
Do the 'Cartesian Squares' (in effect) follow a regular pattern or do each have to be considered on an individual basis?
This would lead onto a question regarding the use of indices/powers in generating higher dimensional figures, but I'll leave that for the moment...
kingmaz wrote:For a very easy looking operation 11'11' (yes I should use SSC2, I know) this seems a very long name, I do prefer pyramidal tetragoltriate.
Hayate wrote:11'11' is NOT a pyramidal tetragoltriate - it's NOT the cartesian product of two pyramids!
Concatenation in rotopic group notation does NOT necessarily mean cartesian product, where tapering is involved.
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