[ US /dʒiˈɑmətɹi/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒiˈɒmətɹˌi/ ]
  1. the pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces
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How To Use geometry In A Sentence

  • In addition to the NOx adsorber and the DPF, the 6. 7-liter turbodiesel engine includes a cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system and high-flow, electronically controlled Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT ™); an oxidation catalyst within the exhaust system; and a new closed crankcase ventilation system that eliminates crankcase fumes and oil carryover. Autoblog
  • It seemed to him that the ground was prearranged into a form of complex geometry.
  • The engraving shows that Geometry / Melancholy has not succeeded in fashioning a regular dodecahedron.
  • The Karmarkar method starts in the inside of the polytope, then uses a technique called projective geometry to warp the whole structure, again and again, in effect changing the shape of the polytope, over and over, until the best solution is achieved. Economic Principals
  • In the first place, chemical solutions can conform to the geometry of the sample vessel or object being irradiated.
  • Related, but not directly, I have spent much time getting to know fractals, 4d geometry, and other ‘strange’ mathematical phenomena.
  • An operator can input the parameters that define the geometry of the valve seat profile.
  • Much of classical astrology developed as a result of the Hellenistic perspective towards numerology and geometry.
  • He was the first to identify the group of four canonical sciences (logistic [arithmetic], geometry, astronomy and music), which would become known as the quadrivium in the middle ages. Archytas
  • It could only do some partial unifications, such as the geometry of conics and the theory of equations.
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