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## The Dimensions of an Acre

The Question: We are trying to find feet measurement for an acre--not the square footage. Can you please help? The Answer: Because an acre is a measure of area, not length, it is defi…

## The Dimensions of a Basketball Court

The Question: Where can I find out the size and dimensions of a basketball court? I want to paint one on the driveway. The Answer: I hope you ha…

## The Dimensions of the Bowling Lane

The Question: On your Standard Measurements in Sports page you left out the lane width of the bowling lane. Can you tell me what it is? The Answ…

## Geometry: The Next Dimension: Surfaces and Solids

The Next Dimension: Surfaces and SolidsGeometryThe Next Dimension: Surfaces and SolidsPrismsPyramidsCylinders and ConesPolyhedraSpheresPlatonic Solids&#13; &#13; Although you might be able to …

## Brewer's: Dying Sayings

(real or traditional): ADAMS (President): &#8220;Independence for ever.&#8221; ADAMS (John Q. ): &#8220;It is the last of earth. I am content.&#8221; ADDISON: &#8220;See how a Christian die…

## Sample Essays: Important Issue

Please select from the following sample application essays: Essay 1: Carnegie Mellon | Essay 1: Harvard Note: The following essays were not edited by EssayE…

## Theories of the Universe: The Second Requirement, Extra Dimensions

The Second Requirement, Extra DimensionsTheories of the UniverseIt's All Held Together with StringsA Brief History of String TheoryThe Important PartThe Second Requirement, Extra DimensionsHow…

## Theories of the Universe: How Many Dimensions Are There?

How Many Dimensions Are There?Theories of the UniverseIt's All Held Together with StringsA Brief History of String TheoryThe Important PartThe Second Requirement, Extra DimensionsHow Many Dime…

## Sample Essay: Example

Note: The following essay was not edited by EssayEdge Editors. It appears as it was initially reviewed by admissions officers. SAMPLE ESSAY: Carnegie-Mellon, Current affairs: Middle Eas…

## Brewer's: Die

The die is cast. The step is taken, and I cannot draw back. So said Julius Caesar when he crossed the Rubicon. I have set my life upon the cast, And I will stand the hazard of the die. Shak…