Given the lengths of the edges of a pyramid, find its volume.

Is this a well-specified problem?

What restrictions exist to show whether a set of six edges can or cannot construct a legitimate pyramid?

(I’m taking a “pyramid” to have four vertices, each connected by an edge.)

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