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### What is the definition of a uniform cross-section?

A Uniform Cross Section is the cross section of the solid,
parallel to base, such that the resulting figure has the same shape
and size as that of the base of the figure.
More about Uniform Cross Section
Solids like pyramids and cones have slant heights and hence do
not have uniform cross section.
Examples of Uniform Cross Section
The uniform cross section of the given prism is a square.
The uniform cross section of the given cylinder is a
circle.
In short to say, uniform cross-section are when you dissect a 3D
solid and you get all same shape (uniform).

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### How do you measure square footage of sides of a pool?

Total square footage of the sides of a pool =
perimeter*depth.
If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then
average depth can be used instead.
For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more
complex.
Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.
If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then
average depth can be used instead.
For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more
complex.
Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.
If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then
average depth can be used instead.
For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more
complex.
Total square footage of the sides of a pool = perimeter*depth.
If the depth is not uniform but has a constant gradient, then
average depth can be used instead.
For other depth profiles, the calculation becomes more
complex.