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DICTIONARY

The definition of geom. in the **dictionary** is *geometric.* Other definition of geom. is *geometry.*

geology

geomagnetic

geomagnetically

geomagnetism

geomagnetist

geomancer

geomancy

geomant

geomantic

geomechanics

geomedical

geomedicine

geometer

geometric

geometric distribution

geometric mean

geometric pace

geometric progression

geometric series

geometrical

a.m.

Am.

Arm.

atm.

Com.

Dem.

denom.

Dom.

entom.

gram.

Jam.

m.

nom.

Num.

p.m.

r.a.m.

rom.

Sam.

Som.

Tim.

SYNONYMS

TRANSLATOR

ar

280 millions of speakers

vi

80 millions of speakers

el

15 millions of speakers

af

14 millions of speakers

sv

10 millions of speakers

no

5 millions of speakers

TRENDS

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100%

FREQUENCY

Quite widely used

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EXAMPLES

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Algebraic
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Kiselev's Geometry: Stereometry
This volume completes the English adaptation of a classical Russian textbook in elementary Euclidean geometry. The 1st volume subtitled "Book I. Planimetry" was published in 2006 (ISBN 0977985202).

Andreĭ Petrovich Kiselev, **2008**

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The topics in this survey volume concern research done on the differential geom etry of foliations over the last few years.

Philippe Tondeur, **1997**

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Beginning Spatial with SQL Server 2008
In order to convert from geography to **geometry**, we can instead take advantage
of the fact that the value of an item of data in either datatype can be represented
as a binary stream. In the following example, the value of the **geometry** variable, ...

Alastair Aitchison, **2009**

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Computational
358 BIBLIOGRAPHY [16] N. Amenta. Helly-type theorems and generalized linear
programming. Discrete Comput. **Geom**., 12:241–261, 1994. [17] A. M. Andrew.
Another efficient algorithm for convex hulls in two dimensions. Inform. Process.

2008

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The
There is a unique geodesic between any two points in **Geom**(<1>). Proof A basic
fact about buildings is that any two chambers are contained in a common
apartment ([248, Theorem 3.11, p. 34]). This implies that, given x,y G **Geom**((D),
there is ...

Michael Davis, **2008**

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Handbook of Discrete and Computational
In J. Pach, editor, New Trends in Discrete and Computational **Geometry**, pages
199-233. Springer- Verlag, New York, 1993. [Bez94] A. Bezdek. A remark on the
packing density in the 3-space. In K. Boroczky and G. Fejes Toth, editors, Intuitive
...

Jacob E. Goodman, Joseph O'Rourke, **2004**

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New Developments in Lie Theory and
Sixth Workshop on Lie Theory and **Geometry**, November 13-17, 2007 : Cruz
Chica, Córdoba, Argentina Carolyn Gordon. [Ik2] Riemannian manifolds p-
isospectral but not (p + 1)-isospectral. Perspectives in Math. 8 (1988), 159–184. [
Ka] Kac ...

Carolyn Gordon

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Differential
[AL] U. Abresch and J. Langer, The normalised curve shortening flow and
homothetic solutions, J. Differential **Geom**. 23 (1986), 175-196. [An1] S. Angenent
, Parabolic equations for curves on surfaces. I. Curves with p.integrable
curvatures.

John K. Beem Krishan L. Duggal

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Surveys on Discrete and Computational
REFERENCE

« EDUCALINGO. *Geom.* [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/geom>. Dec 2020 ».