I need help with my homework (Crying)
Sorry for my english at first.
There is a cube with points ABCDEFGH
and AE, BF, CG and DH are its edges.
Line m goes through H and J.
Line k goes through A and E.
Line l goes through F and G.
Line n goes through C and D.
How many lines exist, which are equaly distanted from lines k , l and n and are pararell to line m.
Please help me!
Thank you in advance:)
I've attached a sketch of the cube with HJ and a parallel to HJ.
Originally Posted by John24
But I don't understand what you would like to do with the edges k, l and n.
I wanted to say that this new red line which is pararell to HJ has to be equally distanced from both line k, from line l and from line n.
Distance beetween new line and line k equals x
Distance beetween new line and line l equals x
Distance beetween new line and line n equals x
The main question is: how many such described lines exist?
What do you think about it?