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What is the difference between cathedral and vaulted ceilings?

What is the difference between a vaulted ceiling and a cathedral ceiling?. The cathedral ceilings have two equal sides, tilted that are parallel to the ceiling field and the two sides of the slopes are on a ridge that runs along the length of the room.

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