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Interpreting Double Integral as a Volume
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A Tetrahedron with Edges of Given Length
Rectangles Reasonably Close to a Given Area
Volume-Preserving Transformations of Solid of Revolution
Balancing a Can on Its Edge
Volume of a Wedge in a Cylinder
Volume of the Regular Tetrahedron and Regular Octahedron
Volume of a Cylindrical Hoof
The Volume of the Regular Octahedron Is Four Times the Volume of the Regular Tetrahedron
Ratio of the Surface Area of a Sphere to a Cylinder
3D Algebra Blocks
Volume and Surface Area of the Menger Sponge
Volume and Surface Area of the Intersection of Two Spheres
How Many Gallons in My Pool?
Equal Cores and Shells in Circles and Spheres
A Perfect Cognac Glass
Sum of Volumes of Several Platonic and Archimedean Solids
Area and Volume of n-Dimensional Spheres
Tin Box with Maximum Volume
A Sequence of Spheres
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