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vote for---- TIM LAUBACH

if you vote you also get put into a drwing for an mp3 player so hey y not right.

anyways thanks again people it is much appreciated.

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http://www.msicomputer.com/msiforms2/CaseMod2005_15.asp

vote for---- TIM LAUBACH

if you vote you also get put into a drwing for an mp3 player so hey y not right.

anyways thanks again people it is much appreciated.

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It was either the shop vac or the Hellraiser one, and I wasn't going about to vote for a shop vac.

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uhhh, a cube.. No, seriously though... Volume = width x height x depth or, since a rectangle's sides are all equal, Volume = side³Scatch Maroo said:uhm, cubicle rectangle thingy (what's the name of a rectangle with volume?).

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I'm looking for the name of the shape, not the formula to determine its volume: but a rectangle's sides aren't all equal (that's a square, plus the bit about 90 degree corners)--the definition of a rectangle is, I believe, a shape with four sides, two pairs being parrallel, and each pair of said sides being of different lengths? I know there are some engineers on here who know the answer... what's the name of the shape?!12twist said:uhhh, a cube.. No, seriously though... Volume = width x height x depth or, since a rectangle's sides are all equal, Volume = side³

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"Rectangular solid" is the proper shape name for it I believe........Scatch Maroo said:I'm looking for the name of the shape, not the formula to determine its volume: but a rectangle's sides aren't all equal (that's a square, plus the bit about 90 degree corners)--the definition of a rectangle is, I believe, a shape with four sides, two pairs being parrallel, and each pair of said sides being of different lengths? I know there are some engineers on here who know the answer... what's the name of the shape?!

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EDIT : By the way, a "parallelogram" also has four sides, with two pairs being equal....but only a rectangle has all 90 degree angles, whereas a parallelogram has complimentary angles that equal up to 180 degrees....(a rectangle is actually a parallelogram, its just a special one)

Sorry, Im a math nerd.

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That's so boring!12twist said:"Rectangular solid" is the proper shape name for it I believe........

I tried to be, because of the conceptual/philosophical concepts behind pure mathematics, but I ain't got the brain power for it! Kudos to you though, and it seems that there are a number of math-minded shooters on these forums. Maybe there ought to be a section dedicated to wild formulas and such that are the basis for shooting? ;-)12twist said:Sorry, Im a math nerd.

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I have an 18% grade from Senior year Physics. Framed.

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