Procedure Name | Type | Description |

(Declarations) | Declarations | Declarations and private variables for the modMathAreaVolume module. |

AreaOfCircle | Procedure | Get the area of a circle. |

AreaOfRectangle | Procedure | Get the area of a rectangle. |

AreaOfRing | Procedure | Get the area of a ring. |

AreaOfSphere | Procedure | Get the surface area of a sphere. |

AreaOfSquare | Procedure | Get the area of a square based on the length of a side. |

AreaOfSquareDiag | Procedure | Get the area of a square based on its diagonal length. |

AreaOfTrapezoid | Procedure | Get the area of a trapezoid. |

AreaOfTriangle | Procedure | Get the area of a triangle based on the base length and height. |

AreaOfTriangle2 | Procedure | Get the area of a triangle based on the length of its sides. |

LenOfRectangleDiagonal | Procedure | Get the length of the diagonal of a rectangle. |

LenOfSquareDiagonal | Procedure | Get the length of the diagonal of a square. |

VolOfCone | Procedure | Get the volume of a cone. |

VolOfCylinder | Procedure | Get the volume of a cylinder. |

VolOfPipe | Procedure | Get the volume of a pipe. |

VolOfPyramid | Procedure | Get the volume of a pyramid or cone. |

VolOfSphere | Procedure | Get the volume of a sphere. |

VolOfTruncPyramid | Procedure | Get the volume of a truncated pyramid. |

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