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Suite Géométrique Formule

Fig. 46: chapiteau végétal de type 4, codage bleu (chap 33).- 170) IMAGES REVUES: Le second (Fig 46 ci-dessus), combine un schématisme géométrique complexe (à base de tiges en V et des spirales adhérant au fond de taille); là encore, on a plus affaire à une variété du type plutôt qu'à une variation. Le type 5 (codage turquoise, Fig 47 ci-après) se trouve sur 2 chapiteaux de cette partie de la nef (et dans la 5° formule mixte que nous analyserons à la suite).

Matisse Collage – Art Projects for Kids. Henri Matisse was a French artist, known for his use of color. After losing the ability to paint late in life, he explored and mastered the art of paper cut outs. I’ve found a rather simple formula that will help students create their own Matisse-style collage.


N7: Écrire une suite de nombres dans l’ordre croissant ou décroissant. - L'école de Julie


40 Tiny Tattoos That Prove Bigger Isn't Always Better

Seretonin and Dopamine is what I'd do, but on my feet, or somewhere else I could hide it :)

Geek Chic

Beautiful Galactic Necklace Geek Chic ~ The one-of-a-kind “Julia” necklace, which is being introduced at a couture-week party in Paris tomorrow evening, was inspired by Newson’s obsession with fractals — geometric shapes that can be subdivided into smaller versions of themselves, specifically the Julia Sets of fractals discovered by Gaston Julia in the early 1900s.

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After Brutal Beating, Man's Field of Vision Fills With Fractals - disinformation

K-factor is a ratio of location of the neutral line to the material thickness as defined by t/T where t = location of the neutral line and T = material thickness. The K-Factor formulation does not take the forming stresses into account but is simply a geometric calculation of the location of the neutral line after the forces are applied and is thus the roll-up of all the unknown (error) factors for a given setup.


Accidental Genius: College Dropout Jason Padgett Became Mathematical Savant After Brutal Mugging

College Dropout Becomes Accidental Mathematical Genius After Brutal Mugging


“For centuries mankind has been searching for the perfect form. Around 600 BC the Pythagoreans tried to split up a sphere into smaller and smaller segments. The so gained Tetrahedron, cube and decahedron forms were further investigated and split up by the Greek Philosopher Plato in his Academy. The platonic geometric forms are still named after him (Tetrahedron, Icosahedron and Octahedron as well as the cube) and were presented as well as described in mathematical formulas by Euclid in his…