sir there is a sugar cube. and a and b are two points opposite to each other such that the line joining the points goes through inside of the cube. The question is that an ant want to go from point a to point b. what is the shortest distance the ant can cover?answer in easy language.
Asked by BHAVYARAJ | 13th Apr, 2013, 02:51: PM
The points a and b are located on the opposite faces of the cube, as only then the line passing through them would lie inside the cube. Also, they are opposite to one another i.e. , if the point a is the lower leftside point on the front face, the point b would be the top rightside point on the back face of the cube. Hence, the shortest distance that ant can cover would be to go diagnoally from the point a to the mid point of the right side vertical edge of the front face and then go diagonally from here to the point b.
Answered by | 14th Apr, 2013, 06:05: AM
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