(redirected from Geometrical figure)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to Geometrical figure: plane figure
References in periodicals archive ?
The same geometrical figures were used, but two more figures were added at the right end of the shock machine, a regular pentagon and an octagon (fill colors brown and grey).
Taking note of the argument, Justice Dhingra said trapezium was a geometrical figure known to mankind from time immemorial and it was not an invention made by the plaintiff.
This is the way to reach for the absolute, permanent, and real entities--exemplified by the abstract geometrical figures.
select two geometrical figures and find the area of each.
For example, in book 6, proposition 13, finding of a mean proportional between two lines, using geometrical figures, is the equivalent of finding the square root of the length of one of the lines.
Proportionally related geometrical figures (circles, triangles etc.
The stable hybrid modeler has all the features that can be found in much more expensive CAD programs and ZW3D has specific and very useful functions for the preparation of thermoforming: for example, geometrical figures can be quickly and easily checked for undercuts.
His Thesis, published in the mid-1950s when he was quite young, investigates not only cognition, but action, such as differences in viewing artwork, perceiving motion, organizing graphs, and arranging geometrical figures.
Invasion" and "Love Within," his other two works on show here, also demonstrate the artist's power in conveying a comic-strip realm through geometrical figures, vivid colors and romanticism.
While rti Zaveri has for you canvasses with motley of geometrical figures, Rohit Sharma's sculptures and paintings are inspired from the haggling autorickshaw drivers and the cows that block every road in Delhi.
Claydon himself wears a beard, so these works seem to keep the artist's presence ever neat But geometrical figures like the cube or square are also recurrent, as is the idea of the pixel, cited in the title of the aluminum-brick piece London Pixels Array and the digital print Photon Pixel.
It could be simple geometrical figures and forms: zigzag movements, circle loops, line trajectories and etc.