Examples for

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.

Geometric 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.

Compute properties of a polyhedron:

Compare several polyhedra:

Compare properties of a class of polyhedra:

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