rectangular solid

rectangular solid

[rek′taŋ·gyə·lər ′säl·əd]
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Figure 1 (a and b) elaborate the FE-SEM images, cracking effect occur at sharp edges and dull edges of the rectangular solid piece of samples remained safe.
Tenders are invited for Aluminium Rectangular Solid Bar Size-70 Mm X 40 Mm X 760 Mm.
2 : a rectangular solid piece or block of something <a bar of soap> <candy bar>
Each student cut out a basic form--sphere, cone, rectangular solid, or ellipse--out of a large piece of poster board.
Your challenge is to design a can that has a new shape, such as a rectangular solid, cube, cone, pyramid, or other cylindrical shape, but that holds the same volume.
In some communities, recycled paper is placed in a rectangular solid.
Challenge the students to determine if a similar relationship exists between the volume and surface area of a rectangular solid by posing a new problem:
Humans prefer rectangular solids over stranger shapes," Nature quoted Sugihara as saying.
Once students understood that nine rectangular solids measuring 3 feet x 3 feet x 4 inches would fill 1 cubic yard of concrete, they could visualize eight of these solids lined up along the 24-foot dimension.
In the conventional rectangular solids channel of a barrier screw, the mass of pellets is pushed forward as a plug, which melts on the surface next to the barrel.
Visualizing Rectangular Solids Made of Small Cubes: Analyzing and Effecting Students' Performance.