**geometry**, the

**tesseract**is the four-dimensional analog of the cube.

**Hypercube**is composed of:

8 Cells (or Cubes), 24
Faces, 32 Edges and 16 Vertices

and it meets the extension of Euler's formula:

**Faces + Vertices = Cells + Edges**

There may be different types of representations; such
as this where all edges have the same length:

Or a central projection:

In four dimensions, the
hypercube is also called tesseract (from the greek τέσσερις ακτίνες or
"four beams").

A famous example of a
tesseract is the

**Arch of La Défense**, a monument located in the modern district of La Défense in Paris. The official name in French is**Grande Arche de la Fraternité**.http://zibalsc.blogspot.fr/2010/12/2-formula-di-eulero-per-i-poliedri.html

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