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equilateral

1. having all sides of equal length
2. a geometric figure having all its sides of equal length
3. a side that is equal in length to other sides
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One of many equilateral triangles connect the base of the action with the brow of Christ's nose lifting our eye to his steady gaze.
On the middle third of each side, the students will need to construct another equilateral triangle, as can be seen in Figure 11(a).
This paper addresses the Mode-Matching method applied to the equilateral triangular geometry, giving a flexible mathematical formulation based on well-known plane waves.
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When used to cover a casket, the equilateral triangle with the sun and stars is at the head, the blue field to the right, and the red field to the left of the deceased.
Explain to students that triangular shapes are stronger than squares or other shapes because the force can be equally distributed in an equilateral triangle.
As is known, an equilateral hyperbola is symmetric with respect to the bisector of the angle XOY in the first quarter.
By applying a voltage pulse, the equilateral triangle-shaped Sc3N could be rotated predictably among six logic states.
In Euclidean geometry there are right angled triangles and equilateral triangles, but in topology all triangles are the same.
Al-Lajat area is estimated at 1,000 kmA as it expands from the east of Jordan to al-Arab Mountain, and it has a shape of equilateral triangle, each side of which is 45 km and it is 800 m above sea level.
In this study the dependence of transmission as a function of metal occupancy of a hexagonal array of equilateral triangle metal patches is investigated.
Place the nine letters on the nine nodes of the diagram so that each of the nine equilateral triangles holds three letters on their vertices that transpose into a three-letter word.