Problem: Imagine you generate a three-dimensional lattice by taking a and b vectors that form a two-dimensional square lattice. Then add a third vector, c, that is of different length and perpendicular to the first two. Which of the seven three-dimensional lattices results?

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Imagine you generate a three-dimensional lattice by taking a and b vectors that form a two-dimensional square lattice. Then add a third vector, c, that is of different length and perpendicular to the first two. Which of the seven three-dimensional lattices results?

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