Find the angle between the diagonal of a cube of side length 5 and

the diagonal of one of its faces, so that the two diagonals have a

common vertex. The angle should be measured in radians. (Hint: we may

assume that

the cube is in the first octant, the origin is one of its vertices, and

both diagonals start at the origin.)

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