## An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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thickness . 2. A polyhedron is a

a ...

**SOLIDS**. Fig . 331 . Fig . 3.36 . 12 с Fig . 339 . Fig . 340 . 979. DEFINITIONS . - 1.A

**solid**, as we have before observed , is that which has length , breadth , andthickness . 2. A polyhedron is a

**solid**terminated by plane surfaces , 3. A prism isa ...

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Because the

equal number of points disposed in the same ... For if the

similar , another

Because the

**solids**A , a are similar , the surfaces BAF , baf are composed of anequal number of points disposed in the same ... For if the

**solids**A , a were notsimilar , another

**solid**might be formed upon the line BF similar to the**solid**a .Page 288

Now the

base and half the height . Each pyramid , therefore , will be equal to one third part

of the product of the base , and half the height of the cube ; that is , the whole ...

Now the

**solid**content of half the cube is ( Prop . 99. ) equal to the product of thebase and half the height . Each pyramid , therefore , will be equal to one third part

of the product of the base , and half the height of the cube ; that is , the whole ...

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