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Pentahedral

Pentahedral Pen`ta*he"dral, a. Having five sides; as, a pentahedral figure.

Pentahedral Pen`ta*he"dral, a. Having five sides; as, a pentahedral figure.

- In mathematics, a quaternary cubic form is a degree 3 homogeneous polynomial in four variables. The zeros form a cubic surface in 3-dimensional projective...

- outside the city's medieval fortifications. Architecturally, it has a pentahedral apse and a cross-domed design with a narthex and a fore-apse space. It...

- structure has an inner courtyard, and is divided by hallways into a central pentahedral portion and two side trihedral portions. In the middle of the main façade...

- temple was rebuilt in the 4th century as a Christian church, with a pentahedral apse that protruded sharply on its eastern side. In the middle of the...

- Much of the aluminum of the octahedral layer becomes tetrahedrally and pentahedrally coordinated. In order to produce a pozzolan (supplementary cementitious...

- theorem (determinants) Sylvester's theorem (number theory) Sylvester pentahedral theorem (invariant theory) Sylvester's law of inertia (quadratic forms)...

- architects Vladimir Lukyanov and A. I. Alymov. The Hero-City Obelisk is pentahedral in shape; its cross section has the shape of a star. In its lower part...

- northern wall rises up to 6.8 metres. It is a single-nave design with a pentahedral apse—which is of the same width as the nave—and a narrow narthex attached...

- doi:10.1007/bf02293053. Ferguson, Samuel P. (2006). "Sphere ****ngs, V. Pentahedral Prisms". Discrete & Com****tional Geometry. 36: 167–204. doi:10.1007/s00454-005-1214-y...

- located at the confluence of Azat river and Aghjo and Glan tributaries. A pentahedral church with a basilic structure is built from hewn ballast in the village...

- outside the city's medieval fortifications. Architecturally, it has a pentahedral apse and a cross-domed design with a narthex and a fore-apse space. It...

- structure has an inner courtyard, and is divided by hallways into a central pentahedral portion and two side trihedral portions. In the middle of the main façade...

- temple was rebuilt in the 4th century as a Christian church, with a pentahedral apse that protruded sharply on its eastern side. In the middle of the...

- Much of the aluminum of the octahedral layer becomes tetrahedrally and pentahedrally coordinated. In order to produce a pozzolan (supplementary cementitious...

- theorem (determinants) Sylvester's theorem (number theory) Sylvester pentahedral theorem (invariant theory) Sylvester's law of inertia (quadratic forms)...

- architects Vladimir Lukyanov and A. I. Alymov. The Hero-City Obelisk is pentahedral in shape; its cross section has the shape of a star. In its lower part...

- northern wall rises up to 6.8 metres. It is a single-nave design with a pentahedral apse—which is of the same width as the nave—and a narrow narthex attached...

- doi:10.1007/bf02293053. Ferguson, Samuel P. (2006). "Sphere ****ngs, V. Pentahedral Prisms". Discrete & Com****tional Geometry. 36: 167–204. doi:10.1007/s00454-005-1214-y...

- located at the confluence of Azat river and Aghjo and Glan tributaries. A pentahedral church with a basilic structure is built from hewn ballast in the village...

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