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Selected answers to common questions:
Do cones or cylinders have edges?
Latitude and longitude.
MaximizIng the volume of a cylinder.
 Volume of Irregular Pyramid of Human Arm [7/24/1996]

I form an irregular pyramid from my arm, forearm, shoulder and wrist in
the rest position (forearm rested on a table). Is there any way to
measure the volume of this irregular pyramid?
 Volume of Liquid in a Cylinder [6/4/1996]

How can I calculate the area under a chord of a circle  the amount of
liquid in a cylinder laid in the horizontal plane?
 Volume of Liquid in a Cylindrical Tank [05/08/2000]

How can I calculate volume of liquid in a cylinder that's not full and
lying horizontally?
 Volume of Partially Full Cylinder on its Side [12/31/2001]

I am in charge of ordering fuel for our company, and the way the owner
calculates the volume is via a grossly simplified percent full
guesstimation...
 Volume of Pyramid With Square Base [9/14/1996]

What is the volume of a pyramid with a a height of 20.6 meters and a
square base with sides of 35 meters?
 Volume of Soil [02/16/1999]

How many cubic feet of soil will be needed to fill a 2x6x4x4' by 8"
trapezoidal garden bed?
 Volume of Spherical Cap [02/06/1998]

I am trying to find the volume of a cap of a sphere with radius of 5. The
cap has a height of 3  it is as if the top of the sphere, 3 meters from
the top, was severed from the rest of the sphere.
 Volume of Spherical Cap [01/29/2002]

If a heavy sphere, whose diameter is 4 inches, be put into a conical
glass full of water whose diameter is 5 and altitude 6 inches, how much
water will run over? Ans: nearly 35/47 of a pint.
 Volume of Tacoma Dome [01/16/2002]

I am trying to figure the volume of the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma,
Washington.
 Volume of the Frustum of a Pyramid [10/31/2001]

I am trying to figure out how to derive the formula for the volume of a
frustum of a pyramid.
 Volume of Water Passing through a Pipe [08/12/1997]

How many gallons of water per minute can a 12" cylinder pipe handle?
 Volumes of a Cone and a Cylinder [07/09/2003]

Why is the volume of a cone a third of the volume of a cylinder?
 Volume vs. Capacity [05/01/2002]

Can you explain the difference between the terms volume and capacity?
Also mass and weight.
 Water in a Horizontal Tank [8/7/1996]

What's the volume of water in a cylindrical tank 72" long and 36" in
diameter, filled only to 4.25"?
 Weight of a Whale [05/24/1999]

How do you find the weight of a whale?
 What Constitutes a Prism? [06/10/1999]

If I am looking at an object that's shaped like a triangle, how do I know
if it's a prism?
 What Fraction of Water Overflows? [02/04/2002]

A conical vessel of radius 6cm and height 8cm is completely filled with
water. A sphere is lowered into it and its size is such that when it
touches the sides of the conical vessel it is JUST immersed. What
fraction of water overflows?
 What is Geometry For? [03/01/2002]

What is geometry really for?
 What Skew Lines Are and Aren't [01/14/2004]

A description of skew lines including diagrams and definitions.
 When Does 2D Become 3D? [01/20/2003]

Is a piece of paper a 3D object when held up in space? Or is it a 2D
object in 3D space?
 Why Cubed? [11/27/2001]

Why do we use "cubed" for the volume of a figure?
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