
Dictionary » G » Geometry GeometryGeometry Origin: f. Geometrie, L. Geometria, fr. Gr, fr. To measure land, the earth _ to measure. So called because one of its earliest and most important applications was to the measurement of the earth's surface. See geometer. 1. That branch of mathematics which investigates the relations, properties, and measurement of solids, surfaces, lines, and angles; the science which treats of the properties and relations of magnitudes; the science of the relations of space. 2. A treatise on this science. Analytical, or coordinate, geometry, that branch of mathematical analysis which has for its object the analytical investigation of the relations and properties of geometrical magnitudes. Descriptive geometry, that part of geometry which treats of the graphic solution of all problems involving three dimensions. Elementary geometry, that part of geometry which treats of the simple properties of straight lines, circles, plane surface, solids bounded by plane surfaces, the sphere, the cylinder, and the right cone. Higher geometry, that pert of geometry which treats of those properties of straight lines, circles, etc, which are less simple in their relations, and of curves and surfaces of the second and higher degrees. Please contribute to this project, if you have more information about this term feel free to edit this page Results from our forumRe: The general theory of origin of life... period for the birth and spread of life has no value. God paints a picture of the material world via the events using assistants  mathematics and geometry. To implement the Plan, a technologies are important , which must build on the basic, fundamental things and designs. Most of the physical ...
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Re: BMR of Rat is higher than an an Elephant... (larger body size). The surface area to volume ratio (SA:V) of a rat is larger than that of the elephant. you can prove this with math and geometry. lets say that the rat is represented by a 3d shape like a cube, 0.1 m each side. SA of a cube = 6 x L x W = 6 x 0.1 x 0.1 = 0.06 m squared ...
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Re: Re:... would be lethal then nothing with mutated DNA survives thus it seems like mutation resistant. Also, the identical DNA strains have identical geometry (whatever that should mean) and, at least in the beginning, they will have the same rate of mutability. But after one of them reaches some ...
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Re:... would be lethal then nothing with mutated DNA survives thus it seems like mutation resistant. Also, the identical DNA strains have identical geometry (whatever that should mean) and, at least in the beginning, they will have the same rate of mutability. But after one of them reaches some ...
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Increasing Information For Genetic Algorithm... would be lethal then nothing with mutated DNA survives thus it seems like mutation resistant. Also, the identical DNA strains have identical geometry (whatever that should mean) and, at least in the beginning, they will have the same rate of mutability. But after one of them reaches some ...
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