Lanceolate

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Lanceolate

Lancelike, of a leaf, about four times as long as it is broad, broadest in the lower half and tapering towards the tip. It is called the lanceolate because of its leaves that spread out like a hand and palms of a square minus the radius and pie r^2 = 24 *76=4564 3.14 minus 24 /2