Q: Why do mineralogists call octahedral square bipyramidal?

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You call them principal square roots.

The principal square root.

Perfect Square

you usually just call it a side.

It is called the perimeter of the square.

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Mineralogists

The reason why this is called a cycle is because that the mineralogists have to repeat it over and over again and because the rock cycle repeats itself over and over and over again

Native elements.

They call a square a square.

You call them principal square roots.

It is just called a square pyramid, but its not square. Its only square on the bottom, so they call it a square pyramid, or you can simply just call it a pyramid because a pyramid is a pyramid.

You can also call that 1 square cm, if you wish.

His pants are square!

a perfect square

The principal square root.

Perfect Square

you usually just call it a side.