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The surface area of an "egg shaped" object 2008-05-28
From Tom:
How do you calculated the surface area of an "egg shaped" object (ovoid) ?
Answered by Harley Weston.
The shape of an egg 2006-03-19
From Vinson & Julie:
What is the proper mathematical term for the geometric solid that is represented by an egg?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Volume of an ellipsoid 1999-12-06
From Michael Nowicki:
I am a physician at the University of Mississippi. I am trying to compare the size of polyps (abnormal growth of tissue in the colon) between 2 groups of individuals. The department of pathology gives the size as length X width X depth - how do I calculate the volume? Polyps are nearly ovoid in shape.
Answered by Walter Whiteley.
Le volume d'un ellipso´de 2001-03-17
From Lise:
Je cherche Ó calculer le volume d'un ovoide, avez-vous une formule?
Answered by Claude Tardif.



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