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" The number of cubic units in the volume of a cylinder is the product of the number of square units in the base and the number of linear units in the altitude. "
Junior high school mathematics ... - Page 97
by John Charles Stone - 1919
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Arts and Sciences: Or, Fourth Division of "The English Encyclopedia", Volume 3

Charles Knight - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1867
...x 4, or 30 cubic feet. The solid content of any cylinder or prism is found by multiplying together the number of square units in the base and the number of linear imits in the altitude ; and one-third of a similar product is the content of a pyramid or a cone. The...
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An Elementary Geometry: Plane, Solid, and Spherical : with Numerous ...

William Frothingham Bradbury - Geometry - 1877 - 240 pages
...Scho. 1. By a product of the base by the altitude is meant the product of the numbers which express the number of square units in the base and the number of linear units in the altitude respectively. By product of the three dimensions is meant the product of the numbers which express...
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An Elementary Geometry: Plane, Solid and Spherical

William Frothingham Bradbury - Geometry - 1880 - 240 pages
...Scho. I. By a product of the base by the altitude is meant the product of the numbers which express the number of square units in the base and the number of linear units in the altitude respectively. By product of the three dimensions is meant the product of the numbers which express...
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Mensuration for beginners [With] Answers

William Dodds - 1883
...to be 2.1 cubic inches. The number of cubic units in each horizontal row will obviously be equal to the number of square units in the base ; and the number of these rows will be equal to the number of linear inches in the depth ; therefore the number of cubic...
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Buker-Felter Arithmetics, Book 3, Parts 1-2

Eva F. Buker - 1915
...multiply in finding the volume of the cylinder? 24. The number of cubic units in a cylinder is equal to the product of the number of square units in the base and the number of linear units in the altitude, when expressed in the same unit. In general usage it is customary to say that the base multiplied by...
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Higher Arithmetic

John Charles Stone, James Franklin Millis - Arithmetic - 1917 - 314 pages
...rectangular prism. From this we may infer that, The number of cubic unitsin any cylinder is equal to the product of the number of square units in the base and the number of linear units in the altitude. This is shown in geometry to be the true volume. 147. The surface of a cylinder. By taking a piece...
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The Anderson Arithmetic, Book 3

Robert Franklin Anderson - Arithmetic - 1921
...found? NOTE. By the product of its base and altitude, as used in the foregoing principle, is meant the number of square units in the base and the number of linear units in the altitude, the base and altitude being expressed in terms of corresponding units. Throughout this book when a...
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