### How many sides did hypercube have?

Number of sides of a hypercube depends on the level. A point is a hypercube of dimension zero. If one moves this point one unit length, it will sweep out a line segment, which is a unit hypercube of dimension one. If one moves this line segment its length in a perpendicular direction from itself; it sweeps out a two-dimensional square. If one moves the square one unit length in the direction perpendicular to the…

### How do you get the 4D hypercube in stick RPG 2?

When you go to the police station click the last person in jail and he said if you get him out of jail by paying him 10000$, he would give you half of 63,00,000,0000$ but he gives you the 4-D Hypercube. If you don't want bad karma, go to the Unirversity of Stick (U of S) in the afternoon (From 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.) and talk the yellow stick dude sitting at the chess…

### What do you do with the 4d hypercube in stick RPG 2?

The 4-D Hypercube is one of the 4-D objects that you need in order to complete the game. Go into the Unirversity of Stick (U of S) and go into the classroom. Talk to the red stick dude in the back (Professer Ansel) and give him the 4-D Hypercube. You'll need the other 4-D objects in order to get the Lab Key. If you have Director's Cut, you can go talk to the guy in…

### What is the difference between the Monte Carlo method and Latin Hypercube Sampling?

actually montecarlo is based on random selection (of cours randamness is expected to be random means to cover tjhe whole interval so the more the better )along the CDF(cumilative distribution function ) to extract the input that expected to keep the original distribution to some degree. in latin hypercube this extraction of input has been made uniform along the CDF so we can ensure the recreation of the original distribution in the extracted sample of…

### What is a unit shape?

It is a term that is not properly defined. It could, most likely, refer to a line that is 1 unit long, or a square that is 1 unit*1 unit, or a cube of sides 1 unit, or indeed a hypercube in higher dimensions The unit in question would normally be a standard measure of length such as a centimetre, metre, kilometre, inch, foot, mile, light year, parsec. But, equally, it could be the length…