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11210156 No.11210156 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

What math do I need to know to integrate the solid of intersection of any combination six arbitrary cones and toruses, provided I know they all intersect in a non-zero volume? I emailed my old HS math teachers and haven't gotten a reply.
It's for a CS project

>> No.11210177

>>11210156
from the little i've seen online, it seems like it's either difficult or impossible to find an exact value for a general case, so instead of trying to find an integral, it would be better to use some constructive solid geometry library to find the solid of intersection, and find the volume like that.

>> No.11210203

>>11210177
Well Is there a general case solution for one torus and one cone?

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