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### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume V of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties by introducing K and I points. I can do that by hand.

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this sage using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

c = cube(center=(0.5,0.5,0.5))
x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,

### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume V of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties by introducing K and I points. I can do that by hand.

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this sage code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

c = cube(center=(0.5,0.5,0.5))
x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,

### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume V of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties by introducing K and I points. I can do that by hand.

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

c = cube(center=(0.5,0.5,0.5))
x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,

### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume V of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties by introducing K and I points. I can do that by hand.hand using $V_poly_G=V_cube-V_poly_A$

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,

### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume V of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties by introducing K and I points. I can do that by hand using $V_poly_G=V_cube-V_poly_A$$V_{poly_G}=V_{cube}-V_{poly_A}$

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,

### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume V $V$ of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute $V_{poly_A} by introducing K and I points and using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties by introducing K and I points. . I can do that by hand using$V_{poly_G}=V_{cube}-V_{poly_A}$I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation$x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations. x=var('x') y=var('y') z=var('z') a=var('a') u=vector([a,a,0]) v=vector([0,a,a]) print u.cross_product(v) intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x) inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x) intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a) print intx  I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage. Thanks, ### Compute the volume of a cube region Hi, I would like to compute the volume$V$of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it$poly_G$. (let's call$poly_A$the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is$a=AB=BF=...$We can compute$V_{poly_A} $V_{poly_A}$ by introducing K and I points and using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties . I can do that by hand using $V_{poly_G}=V_{cube}-V_{poly_A}$

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look for the plane DBE normal which gives its equation $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,

### Compute the volume of a cube region

Hi,

I would like to compute the volume $V$ of the lower polyhedron (that does not contain vertex A) let's call it $poly_G$. (let's call $poly_A$ the upper polyhedron that does not contain G). Size is $a=AB=BF=...$

We can compute $V_{poly_A}$ by introducing K and I points and using Pythagore's theorem and median's properties . I can do that by hand using $V_{poly_G}=V_{cube}-V_{poly_A}$

I want to compute the volume with sage, I have tried this code using volume integrations but I am not sure about the result at all... I look at first for the normal vector of plane DBE normal (cross product) which gives its the equation plane $x-y+z$. Then I compute using triple integrations.

x=var('x')
y=var('y')
z=var('z')
a=var('a')
u=vector([a,a,0])
v=vector([0,a,a])
print u.cross_product(v)
intz = integrate(1,z,0,a-y-x)
inty = integrate(intz,y,0,a-x)
intx = integrate(inty,x,0,a)
print intx


I would like to know if there are elegant ways of computing this kind of problem in sage ? And in addition, if this require few lines, how can I display the above figure ? Sorry if this looks simple, I am new to Sage.

Thanks,