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How to calculate volume of tetrahedron given lengths of all it's edges?

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This is really the kind of thing you should've Googled first. – Qiaochu Yuan Jul 29 '10 at 17:07
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Cayley-Menger Determinant - A generalization of Herons Formula.

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