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Number of Blossarys: 51

The simplest plane figure in existence, made up of three lines. Due to its simplicity several symbolisms have been associated with it, like the concept of trinities and stability.

The formula that describes how the time perceived by an object relative to a plane of reference becomes longer as it approaches the speed of light relative to the same plane of reference.

A definitive way to finding missing measurements of angles or sides of a triangle. The ratio of the length of a side to the sine of the angle opposite to it is always equal for any given side or ...

The sum of the squares of the legs of a right triangle is equal to the square of the hypotenuse of the same right triangle. Useful for determining the length ladders should be as well as the size of ...

The number two raised to any integer, or the series thereof. The sum of powers of two is the most minimalistic way to express any number, therefore it is used widely in computer engineering.

The ratio of any circle's diameter to its circumference. There are some who wish to replace its use with Tau, the ratio of any circle's radius to its circumference, apparently because it makes ...

A strip with only one side and one boundary. It is formed by taking a strip of paper, twisting one end by 180 degrees, and then joining it to the other end.