
Definition of Quadrangular prism
1. Noun. A prism whose bases are quadrangles.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quadrangular Prism
Literary usage of Quadrangular prism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Mineralogy by Charles Upham Shepard (1857)
"The right square prism* is a quadrangular prism, whose bases are equal squares,
and whose sides are equal rectangles. The vertical or lateral edges are ..."
2. Fish's Arithmetic Number Two: Oral and Written, Upon the Inductive Method by Daniel W. Fish (1883)
"quadrangular prism. Pentagonal Prism Hexagonal Prism. 4:75. A cylinder is a body
bounded by a uniformly curved surface, its ends being equal and parallel ..."
3. Sheetmetal Work: A Manual of Practical Selfinstruction in the Art of by William Neubecker, American Technical Society (1917)
"3 is shown the intersection between a hexagonal and quadrangular prism, the
hexagonal prism being placed in elevation at an angle of 45° to the base line. ..."
4. A Treatise on the External, Chemical and Physical Characters of Minerals by Robert Jameson (1817)
"Right quadrangular prism, in which the base is a rhomb, Fig. 17. PI. III. ...
Obliqueangled quadrangular prism, the base of which is a rhomb, Fig. 19. ..."
5. A Treatise on the External, Chemical, and Physical Characters of Minerals by Robert Jameson (1816)
"Right quadrangular prism, in which the base is dr rhomb, Fig. 17. PI. ...
Obliqueangled quadrangular prism, the base of which is a rhomb, Fig. 19. PI . ..."
6. Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice: A Manual of Shop Practice, Pattern edited by Howard Monroe Raymond (1906)
"3 is shown the intersection between a hexagonal and quadrangular prism, the
hexagonal prism being placed in elevation at an angle of 45° to the base line. ..."
7. Cyclopedia of Drawing by Alfred E Zapf, Ill American School (Chicago (1906)
"8 is shown the intersection between a hexagonal and quadrangular prism, the
hexagonal prism being placed in elevation at an angle of 45° to the base line. ..."