These equations can be reduced to a degree 20 polynomial in terms of one of the following *u*, *v*, *w*, *x*, *y*, or *z*, [15,16], and thus the system of equations has a maximum of 20 unique solutions. This set of equations was solved using Mathematica, which yielded values for the points $A1=(u,v,w)$ and $B1=(x,y,z)$. The solutions found are all possible solutions for the set of specified dimensions and angles.