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# Solid Geometry

Solid geometry refers to the subcategory of geometry that considers figures in a three‐dimensional space. Wolfram|Alpha can compute properties of a vast number of polyhedra as well as many other kinds of 3D solids.

Compute properties of many types of geometric solids, including cones, spheres, cylinders, etc.

#### Compute properties of a geometric solid:

#### Specify parameters for a solid:

#### Specify a color to be used in the visual representation:

#### Compute a property of a solid:

Compute properties of various classes of polyhedra.