## Mensuration |

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12 feet 20 feet ABCD Algebra altitude apothem arc NM area ABC centre chains chord circle whose diameter circular circumference College cone contained convex surface coördinates CPHL cube cylinder denote diagonals dihedral angle divided entire surface equal to one-half equation EXAMPLES faces find the area find the volume frustum Geom Geometry Half morocco hence hypothenuse Icosahedron included angle linear units lower base Mailing Price Mathe Mathematics matics miles morocco NFMH number of degrees number of linear number of radians Octahedron one-half the product PABC parallel parallelogram perpendicular Phillips Exeter Academy plane prism prismatoid prismoid Prof Proof quadrilateral radius regular polygon regular polyhedron Required the area right angles right-angled triangle RULE sector slant height sphere whose diameter spherical excess spherical polygon spherical segment Spherical Trigonometry square root Trig Trigonometry unit of measure upper base wedge WENTWORTH y₁ yards

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