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- In geometry, an Archimedean solid is one of the 13 solids first enumerated by Archimedes. They are the convex uniform polyhedra composed of regular polygons...
- value Archimedean circle Archimedean constant Archimedean co**** Archimedean field Archimedean group Archimedean point Archimedean property Archimedean solid...
- The Archimedean spiral (also known as the arithmetic spiral) is a spiral named after the 3rd-century BC Gr**** mathematician Archimedes. It is the locus...
- In abstract algebra and analysis, the Archimedean property, named after the ancient Gr**** mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse, is a property held by...
- non-Archimedean refers to something without the Archimedean property. This includes: Ultrametric space notably, p-adic numbers Non-Archimedean ordered...
- An Archimedean point (Latin: Punctum Archimedis) is a hypothetical viewpoint from which certain objective truths can perfectly be perceived (also known...
- a capacity factor of approximately 55% over a 5-year running period. Archimedean spiral ****-propelled vehicle SS Archimedes – the first steamship driven...
- Archimedean principle may refer to: Archimedes' principle, a principle relating buoyancy with displacement Archimedean property, a mathematical property...
- The Archimedean Oath is an ethical code of practice for engineers and technicians, similar to the Hippocratic Oath used in the medical world. It was proposed...
- abstract algebra, a branch of mathematics, an Archimedean group is a linearly ordered group for which the Archimedean property holds: every two positive group...