What is a Disphenoid?
In geometry, a Disphenoid (from Greek sphenoeides, "wedgelike") is a tetrahedron whose four faces are congruent acute-angled triangles. It can also be described as a tetrahedron in which every two edges that are opposite each other have equal lengths. Other names for the same shape are sphenoid, bisphenoid, isosceles tetrahedron, equifacial tetrahedron, almost regular tetrahedron, and tetramonohedron. All the solid angles and vertex figures of a Disphenoid are the same, and the sum of the face angles at each vertex is equal to two right angles. However, a Disphenoid is not a regular polyhedron, because, in general, its faces are not regular polygons, and its edges have three different lengths.
How to Calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphhenoid given Insphere Radius?
Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphhenoid given Insphere Radius calculator uses Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphenoid = 3/Insphere Radius of Disphenoid to calculate the Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphenoid, The Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphhenoid given Insphere Radius formula is defined as the numerical ratio of the total surface area of Disphenoid to the volume of the Disphenoid, and calculated using the insphere radius of Disphenoid. Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphenoid is denoted by R_{A/V} symbol.
How to calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphhenoid given Insphere Radius using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphhenoid given Insphere Radius, enter Insphere Radius of Disphenoid (r_{i}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Surface to Volume Ratio of Disphhenoid given Insphere Radius calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.5 = 3/2.