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# Definition of Theoretic. Meaning of Theoretic. Synonyms of Theoretic

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## Definition of Theoretic

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Theoretical
Pendulum Pen"du*lum, n.; pl. Pendulums. [NL., fr. L. pendulus hanging, swinging. See Pendulous.] A body so suspended from a fixed point as to swing freely to and fro by the alternate action of gravity and momentum. It is used to regulate the movements of clockwork and other machinery. Note: The time of oscillation of a pendulum is independent of the arc of vibration, provided this arc be small. Ballistic pendulum. See under Ballistic. Compensation pendulum, a clock pendulum in which the effect of changes of temperature of the length of the rod is so counteracted, usually by the opposite expansion of differene metals, that the distance of the center of oscillation from the center of suspension remains invariable; as, the mercurial compensation pendulum, in which the expansion of the rod is compensated by the opposite expansion of mercury in a jar constituting the bob; the gridiron pendulum, in which compensation is effected by the opposite expansion of sets of rodsof different metals. Compound pendulum, an ordinary pendulum; -- so called, as being made up of different parts, and contrasted with simple pendulum. Conical or Revolving, pendulum, a weight connected by a rod with a fixed point; and revolving in a horizontal cyrcle about the vertical from that point. Pendulum bob, the weight at the lower end of a pendulum. Pendulum level, a plumb level. See under Level. Pendulum wheel, the balance of a watch. Simple or Theoretical, pendulum, an imaginary pendulum having no dimensions except length, and no weight except at the center of oscillation; in other words, a material point suspended by an ideal line.
Theoretics
Theoretics The`o*ret"ics, n. The speculative part of a science; speculation. At the very first, with our Lord himself, and his apostles, as represented to us in the New Testament, morals come before contemplation, ethics before theoretics. --H. B. Wilson.

## Meaning of Theoretic from wikipedia

- opposed to theory. A "cl****ical example" of the distinction between "theoretical" and "practical" uses the discipline of medicine: medical theory involves...
- and won \$250,000. Langan has developed an idea he calls the "Cognitive-Theoretic Model of the Universe" (CTMU) which he maintains "explains the connection...
- Theoretical physics is a branch of physics that employs mathematical models and abstractions of physical objects and systems to rationalize, explain and...
- Information-theoretic death is a term of art used in cryonics to define death in a way that is permanent and independent of any ****ure medical advances...
- and other continuous sample spaces. The raison d'être of the measure-theoretic treatment of probability is that it unifies the discrete and the continuous...
- function) that encode properties of the integers, primes or other number-theoretic objects in some fashion (analytic number theory). One may also study real...
- algorithmic complexity theory, algorithmic information theory, and information-theoretic security. Applications of fundamental topics of information theory include...
- theories have the same proof-theoretic ordinal they are often equiconsistent, and if one theory has a larger proof-theoretic ordinal than another it can...
- second operation (corresponding to multiplication). Therefore, group theoretic arguments underlie large parts of the theory of those entities. Galois...
- Set theoretic programming is a programming paradigm based on mathematical set theory. One example of a programming language based on this paradigm is...