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 The area and volume of a wedge 2019-11-30 From Jasmine:what is the volume and surface area of a wedge with definitionAnswered by Penny Nom. The volume of a wedge 2014-05-21 From steve:I need to figure the volume of a wedge / right triangle, the dimensions of the right triangle is L1(10'-5"), L2 (10'-6"), H (14'-9.5") height of L1 is 0'-0" height at intersect L2/H is 3'-3"Answered by Penny Nom. The volume of a wedge 2012-05-28 From olwethu:volume of wedge that have side 3,3 cm and 6,2 cm and 20 cm long?Answered by Penny Nom. The area of a field of view 2010-04-07 From Frank:I know we have a field of view of 90 degrees and the distance we can cover is 6 miles. What is the area we can cover/view? A formula would be nice to have since the diameter or distance of the wedge area can change and the degree of the field of view can also change. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. FrankAnswered by Penny Nom. The volume of a slice from a wedge 2008-10-16 From Jeff:If I have a wedge shaped object (ie, a triangle of non-specific type extruded along a length) and it is sliced from the two-corner base at one end to the one-point tip at the other, what is the volume of the upper (smaller) part as a percentage of the whole? I hope I have explained it clearly enough. Thanks.Answered by Harley Weston. Volume of a wedge 2007-05-14 From Mark:We need to fill in dirt along a 75 foot long fence, 3 feet out , statring at 6 inches agaisnt the fence, sloping to 2 inches at the grass. I am trying to calculate the volume to order enough cubic yards of dirt to fill this.Answered by Stephen La Rocque. A 3-dimensional pie shape 2005-09-17 From Bill:Your site appeared in my search for the name of a 3-dimensional pie shape. 2-d would be a sector of a circle. As it it curved, I don't believe it is in a the polyhedra family. Can you help me find the mathematical term for it?Answered by Chris Fisher.

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