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a figure whose sides are all equal

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having all sides or faces equal

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An equilateral triangle is constructed on this extended line so that its apex is just above the top vertex of the pentagon and its sides intersect the other pairs of sides of the pentagon.
She is also Certified in Equilateral (Equine Assisted EMDR) and by EAGALA (The Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association).
This is the first new class of convex, equilateral polyhedra with icosahedral symmetry in 400 years," says UCLA neuroscientist Stan Schein.
Lupyan said that even though people can articulate the rules, they can't help but be influenced by perceptual details, asserting thinking of triangles tends to involve thinking of typical, equilateral sorts of triangles.
How many degrees are there in each angle of an equilateral triangle?
Known as Star-gate, it is an almost perfect equilateral triangle of stars nestling inside another almost perfect equilateral star triangle.
The answer to last fortnight''s quiz is an equilateral triangle has three equal sides, three equal angles and three lines of symmetry.
Using a ruler, they draw a line from corner to corner on one side of the paper, creating an "x" (and four equilateral triangles).
1, the arc of the content of tungsten is presented with an equilateral hyperbola Y = K/X wherein its different compounds (in particular [WO.
Seutellum: Equilateral, with scattered scalelike setae, intermixed with a few semierect simple setae.
By applying a voltage pulse, the equilateral triangle-shaped Sc3N could be rotated predictably among six logic states.
Al-Lajat area is estimated at 1,000 kmA as it expands from the east of Jordan to al-Arab Mountain, and it has a shape of equilateral triangle, each side of which is 45 km and it is 800 m above sea level.
In 1997, Wetzel [4] determined the smallest equilateral triangular cover for the family A.
3 shows a comparison of centerline velocity of equilateral triangular jet predicted by k - [epsilon] models with experimental data [7] at Reynolds number of 184000.