In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The design radiates symmetrically from a central point and is constructed from a pattern of circles, equilateral triangles, squares, hexagons and/or six-pointed stars.
- Carbon atoms are linked into hexagons, and the hexagonal pattern makes up the walls of a cylinder only nanometers wide.
- On the east side of the hexagon, opposite the entrance from the sea, there is a large porticoed square with its west side open to the harbour, and containing a central structure - possibly a temple.
- For those who don't know, a buckyball is an extremely stable soccer-ball-shaped molecule made up of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons.
- Resembling the shape of a football, Fullerene contains 60 carbon molecules in hexagons and pentagons.
- You might define a more-general class polygon, which would have triangle as a subclass, along with other subclasses such as quadrilateral, pentagon and hexagon.
- Perfect crystal structures can contain pyramids, cubes, or hexagons, but not pentagons.
- The first day of school, she told me that I must be pretty stupid if I didn't know a hexagon had six sides.
- The hexagons, pentagons, and triangles that make up the biomes all have their own unique specification due to the irregular nature of the site.
- They are formed from 60 atoms of carbon bonded together in a combination of pentagons and hexagons to form a ball, just like a soccer ball.
- This time the board is made up of hexagons (instead of squares) and up to four may play.
- They come in two shapes, either a square or a hexagon.
- For example, 10 carbon atoms can be arranged into two conjoined hexagons, each hexagon sharing two carbon atoms with the other.
- This requires that their underlying lattices be based on triangles, parallelograms, or hexagons.
- Triangles, squares and hexagons create their own proportions and systems.
- The bee's honeycombs, pristine hexagons, are symmetrical over several axes.
- Secondly, simple, geometric plans such as squares, triangles, and hexagons are common to the most dramatic of these examples.
- The diamond core remains intact, but the surface breaks into carbon hexagons and pentagons, effectively encasing the diamond in a shell similar to a buckyball, which is also called a fullerene.
- It is composed of pentagons and hexagons of carbon atoms arranged in a sphere, just like a football (or soccer ball for US readers).
- In the other case, the sides of the hexagon are parallel to the sides of the given triangle.
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