What is the rectangular shape given to a gemstone by cutting and polishing?
I think what you are referring to is known as the "Baguette Cut". Some other cuts are:
- Solitaire Cut- a cut rounded at the top, which is sometimes, as the name implies, a solitaire stone, but is sometimes surrounded by other diamonds of the same, or different cuts
- Princess Cut - a square cut
- Marquis Cut - a diamond shaped stone, much like the diamond shape in the diamond suit of a deck of cards
- Round Cut - round, as the name implies, and usually clustered together with other diamonds of the same cut.
Additionally, you may be thinking of an emerald cut which is a rectangular shape. There is also the cushion cut, which is a cross between an oval and an emerald cut.
What is a solid figure in which all six faces are rectangles with three pairs of opposite faces that are parallel and congruent?
There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism). The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet. There are three measures given but the shape is not specified. I shall assume that it is a cuboid (rectangular prism). The total surface area of the shape is 2941.33... square feet. There are three measures given but the shape is not specified…
Diamonds are a commodity at the gemstone level; and are used in tools at the industrial level (about 75%). Gemstone diamonds are expensive and are either given or purchased based on some emotional state of mind. (The same can be said about any other expensive commodity.) Industrial diamonds are used to fashion useful materials, structures and tools that benefit humans.
Cutting shear is given to punch or the die that function to reduce the necessary cutting tonnage by reducing effective area of shear ie creating scissor action for eg considering cutting paper with scissors we will start from one side and progres to other end but it press tool is moved perpendicular instantly have to contact whole sheet, when shear angle is given at the instant of contact only small line of contact is made…
Given the demand curve that is a rectangular hyperbola with a demand function of the form Q equals 1 over P Show that the point of elestacity will be unitary throughout the demand curve?
Assuming that the given demand curve is a rectangular hyperbola, total expenditure (i.e. rectangular area or Q*P) is the same for each point on the length of the curve. Next we use the demand function to determine the total expenditure value as Q=1/P=>Q*P=1, and we have consequently a demand curve of unitary elasticity.