Volume of Spherical Segment

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Diagram used to prove the theorem: “The volume of a spherical segment is equal to the sum of two cylinders and a sphere, the altitudes of the cylinders being one half the altitude of the segment, and their bases the upper and lower bases of the segment, respectively, and the diameter of the sphere being the altitude of the segment.”


Arthur Latham Baker The Elements of Solid Geometr with Numerous Exercises (Boston, MA: Ginn & Company, 1893)


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