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Problem 61 Medium Difficulty

Consider a rectangular box with one of the vertices at the origin, as shown in the following figure. If point
$A(2,3,5)$ is the opposite vertex to the origin, then find
a. the coordinates of the other six vertices of the box and
b. the length of the diagonal of the box determined by the vertices $O$ and $A$ .

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JM
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
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