... parallelepiped only those class q points are considered that do not fall within the boundaries of the maximum parallelepipeds already constructed . This ensures non rep- etition of the maximum parallelepipeds constructed relative to one ...

David Eugene Smith. Exercises . Parallelepipeds 1. Two rectangular parallelepipeds with congruent bases are to each other as their altitudes . In all such cases the words " the volumes of " are understood . 2. Two rectangular ...

... parallelepipeds . Such pixels are of an unknown type . In the second extreme case the point lies inside just one of the parallelepipeds , and the corresponding pixel is therefore labelled as a member of the class represented by that ...

... parallelepipeds at the end , a transverse series of longitudinal buoyant bars reinforcing the structure and supported by the inner walls of said parallelepipeds at the sides , a central passenger receiving inclosure at both faces ...

... parallelepipeds AE and CF are also equal to one an- other . Wherefore parallelepipeds which are upon equal bases , & c .: which was to be proved . Cor . Any parallelepiped is equal to a rectangular parallelepiped , ( that is , a ...

... parallelepiped in which it will be enclosed. The set of possible parallelepipeds that can enclose the steady-state flux space is chosen by forming the faces of the parallelepiped along the directions defined by these vi,min and vi,max ...

... parallelepipeds on equal bases are proportional to their altitudes . If we have two rectangular parallelepipeds , of which the first has the volume V and the edges a , b , c , and the second , the volume V ' and the edges a ' , b ' , c ...

... parallelepipeds on equal bases are proportional to their · altitudes . If we have two rectangular parallelepipeds , of which the first has the volume V and the edges a , b , c , and the second , the volume V ' and the edges a ' , b ...

... parallelepipeds on equal bases are proportional to their of them being greater than the third . It is , of course , analogous to the altitudes . problem of constructing a triangle having its sides of given length . If we have two ...

... Parallelepipeds . The rest of the book is devoted to the study of the parallelepiped . In Prop . 24 the possibility of such a solid is proved , viz . : - Prop . 24. If a solid be contained by six planes two and two of which are parallel ...