# Surveyors

Surveyors mark 4 points on the surface of the globe so that their distances are the same. What is their distance from each other?

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**Petr**

Theme - problem of a tetrahedron (4 vertices). The sphere - circumsphere (Earth) is described by this tetrahedron and we are looking from its radius to the side length. From formula.

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