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- Info In geometry, a parallelepiped is a three-dimensional figure formed by six parallelograms (the term rhomboid is also sometimes used with this meaning). more...
- It is a special case of a parallelepiped where all edges are the same length.
- It is a parallelepiped on a square base, with six levels rising above a podium.
- A parallelepiped has three sets of four parallel edges; the edges within each set are of equal length.
- The principal building material is coral, sawn to approximately parallelepiped shape and dressed like stone.
- It will be a volume, a mysterious parallelepiped that changes under the light of day and night whose interior can only be guessed at.
- Also the whole parallelepiped has point symmetry C i (see also triclinic).
- Thus the faces of a parallelepiped are planar, with opposite faces being parallel.
- The strong parallelepiped structure, with a ground floor and three floors for living space, came to be known as the Siegfried tower.
- Since each face has point symmetry, a parallelepiped is a zonohedron.
- They consist of a parallelepiped-shaped plate, which protrudes from the upper head and decorated on all four sides.
- Since the result of the scalar triple product may be negative, the volume of the parallelepiped is given by its absolute value.
- "A board which has the shape of a parallelepiped." Cited from Note-Book of Anton Chekhov, by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
- It is shaped like a rectangular parallelepiped on two levels.
- It is the most "primitive" cell one can construct, and it is a parallelepiped.
- Similarly, a three-vector in three dimensions measures the volume of a parallelepiped.
- Surrounding the hill are a number of rectangular underground tombs with walls built of carefully hewn parallelepiped blocks.
- First, the absolute value of the box product is the volume of the parallelepiped which has edges that are defined by the three vectors.
- In the case of an object that's shaped like a rectangular prism, it will deform into a parallelepiped.
- Another three slabs are on top, leaning in such a way they reduce the surface and form a false dome; two large parallelepiped boulders complete the construction.
- A tetrahedron is a disphenoid if and only if its circumscribed parallelepiped is right-angled.

- noun A prism whose bases are parallelograms