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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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Mathematicians have overlooked the equilateral Goldberg polyhedra, says Grunbaum, because they have cared more about the number and pattern of the faces than about concrete questions such as how long the sides are.
In the case of equilateral triangle we shall obtain 2[alpha] + [beta] = 3.
As is known, an equilateral hyperbola is symmetric with respect to the bisector of the angle XOY in the first quarter.
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The potential core lengths of isosceles and equilateral triangular jet in the present study are 3.
As far as the playing is concerned, it's very much an equilateral triangle, a thoughtful three-way conversation of equals.
If one starts with an equilateral triangle and cuts out a smaller equilateral triangle, one creates three triangles at the corners of the original.
Small, equilateral triangles, unique representing the trinity.
Times Square, despite its name very definitely implying a set of four equilateral sides joined by four 90-degree angles, is about as squarey as a hippopotamus.
A series of equilateral triangles structures the landscape and the way the buildings address it.
While 78 percent of respondents reported getting A's and B's in math, this perception did not carry through to performance on a basic math quiz given during the survey that included the question, "How many sides does an equilateral triangle have?