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Solids of Known Cross Section
Choose a base region and the shape of the cross section, which is perpendicular to the x axis.
Contributed by:
Abby Brown
(Torrey Pines High School)
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Solids of Known Cross Section
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Contributed by:
Abby Brown
(Torrey Pines High School)
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