Translation of geometry in Spanish:


geometría, n.

Pronunciation /dʒiˈɑmətri//dʒɪˈɒmɪtri/


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    geometría feminine
    • Simson also made many discoveries of his own in geometry and the Simson line is named after him.
    • By spherical geometry, we mean geometry on the surface of a sphere, where the great circles are taken as lines.
    • As analysis began to mix inextricably with geometry and the other branches of mathematics, the curiosities multiplied.
    • Mill only deals with geometry, arithmetic, and some algebra, not the branches of higher mathematics.
    • At this point the Greeks gave up algebra and turned to geometry.
    • Low-income students who took algebra and geometry were almost three times as likely to attend college as those who did not.
    • It was a revolutionary move away from the Greek concept of mathematics which was essentially geometry.
    • Speculative geometry contains elementary geometry which is not all based on Euclid.
    • He clearly was trying to argue against the notions current at the time on using algebra to study geometry.
    • You can still access the underlying curve and surface geometry that makes up the solid.
    • A notable feature of advanced mathematics is that much of it is concerned with geometry in more than three dimensions.
    • He goes on to consider solid geometry giving results on prisms, cylinders, and spheres.
    • This requires at least some understanding of spherical geometry and trigonometry.
    • The computer programs implement basic mathematical principles such as basic geometry and fractional math.
    • Most of the features for surfaces appearing in this book are closely related to topological geometry.
    • He was always full of mathematical ideas, not only on game theory, but in geometry and topology as well.
    • Galileo's idea was to overcome this subjectivity and relativity by applying pure geometry and the mathematics of the pure form of space-time to nature.
    • His writings on geometry included several important papers on parallel curves and surfaces.
    • He worked on the borderline between geometry and set theory, both of which are kind of nineteenth century.
    • Let us first comment on the three volume work, which was the biggest treatise ever to be written on line geometry.