The Spheres ClipArt gallery includes 74 images of spheres, including parts and zones of spheres and hemispheres. A sphere is a 3-dimensional figure in which all points are equidistant from a center point.

"It is found that the cord covering the curved surface is twice as long as the one covering the flat…

"The bases of the pyramids are considered as forming the surface of the sphere, while the altitude of…

An illustration of a vertical cross section of the spherical zones of a casting with a diameter of 16…

Possible forms of the invariable cone by means of the intersections with a concentric spherical surface.

"If a sector revolves about its bounding radius as an axis, it generates what may be called a spherical…

"The contours of a half sphere are a series of circles, far apart near the center (top) and near together…

A small circle is one formed by a plane which does not cut the earth into two equal parts. The small…

A sphere is a solid bounded by a uniformly curved surface, every point of which is equally distant from…

"A sphere is a solid bounded by a uniformly curved surface, every point of which is equally distant…

An illustration in flattening the sphere using Gore method by creating cylinder sections with equal…

An illustration of a development of sphere using Zone method by creating sections of rolled out cones.

An 8-inch sphere cut by parallel planes, one 2 inches from center and the other 6 inches from center.…

A sphere with arcs and poles. "The distance of all points in the circumference of a circle of a sphere…

"Every section of a sphere made by a plane is a circle."

An illustration of a sphere cut into polygons as bases with their vertices at the center of sphere.

An illustration of a sphere inside of a cylinder with radius/diameter labeled. Illustration for showing…

Illustration showing the development of a sphere by the perspective of its resolved cones.

An illustration of a sphere showing diameter, arcs, and circles. A sphere is a solid bounded by a curved…

An illustration of a sphere showing diameter, arcs, and circles. A sphere is a solid bounded by a curved…

Illustration of a sphere generated by the revolution of a semicircle ACB about its diameter AB as an…

Illustration of a sphere with a tangent plane. "A plane perpendicular to a radius at its extremity is…

Illustration of a sphere with a tangent plane. "A plane perpendicular to a radius at its extremity is…

Illustration of a sphere with a polyhedral angle whose vertex is at the center of the sphere and whose…

Illustration showing that "the solids formed by the dissected part of the sphere are pyramids."

A sphere with quadrants and poles. "A point on the surface of a sphere, which is at the distance of…

An illustration of a sphere showing a radius of 1 foot. Illustration could be used for calculating volume.

A wooden hollow sphere created by using a lathe and wooden templet at a desired diameter.

An illustration of a zone of a sphere. A zone occurs when a sphere is cut by parallel planes that are…

An illustration of a zone of a sphere. A zone occurs when a sphere is cut by parallel planes that are…

Illustration of equal spheres with equilateral and equiangular triangles.

Illustration of two intersecting spheres. "The intersection of two spherical surfaces is the circumference…

An illustration of a flanged spherical segment with a diameter of 10 inches. Illustration could be used…

Illustration of a right spherical triangle and the five circular parts placed in the sectors of a circle…

Illustration used, with the law of sines, to find the relation between two sides of a spherical triangle…

Illustration used, with the law of cosines, to find the relation between the three sides and an angle…

Illustration used to extend the law of cosines when finding the relation between the three sides and…

Illustration used to extend the law of cosines when finding the relation between the three sides and…

Illustration of a right spherical triangle with a and b the sides, and α and β the angles…

Diagram showing 2 superimposed symmetrical spherical triangles.