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Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 60
Maximizing the Volume of a Cup Made from a Square Sheet of Paper ll
Volume and Mass of a Spoonful of Powder
Approximating the Volume of a Sphere Using Cylindrical Slices
Boiling Point of Water as a Function of Altitude
An Infinite Tree of Circles or Spheres
Volumes of Revolution Using Cylindrical Shells
The Disk Method
Solid of Revolution
Volumes Using the Disc Method
Approximating Volumes by Summation
Theorems of Pappus on Surfaces of Revolution
Newton-Simpson's Formula for the Volume of a Prismatoid
Solids Whose Cross Sections Have the Same Shape
Filling a Container Defined by a Curve
Volumes of Solids of Revolution: Shell Method
The Ratio of Surface Area to Volume for a Cube and a Sphere
Stacking Squares on a Circle
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