Noun(1) a figure whose sides are all equal
Adjective(1) having all sides or faces equal
(1) In 1772, J.L. Lagrange identified a periodic orbit in which three masses are at the corners of an equilateral triangle.(2) The vibration exciter and geophone were placed near the burrow with burrow opening, exciter and geophone occupying the three corners of an equilateral triangle having sides one meter in length.(3) This is constructed by dividing a line into three equal parts and replacing the middle segment by the other two sides of an equilateral triangle constructed on the middle segment.(4) The Von Koch snowflake is a fractal which is constructed from an equilateral triangle as follows.(5) If each edge has the same length and each face is an equilateral triangle, the result is a regular tetrahedron - one of the Platonic solids.(6) Naturally, the axes form equilateral triangles - 27 of them.(7) As long as the three triangles are equilateral, the ├ö├ç├┐midpoint ├ö├ç├┐triangle is also equilateral .├ö├ç├û(8) The most interesting results show, with a very ingenious proof, that an equilateral triangle has a greater area than any isosceles or scalene triangle with the same perimeter.(9) Now, both the original Asymmetric Propeller and Napoleon's theorem start with three equilateral triangles and discover the fourth one by construction.(10) The theorem thus implies existence of the total of 18 equilateral triangles.(11) Then divide it into three equal pieces, and replace the middle piece with the other two sides of the equilateral triangle that has this middle piece as its base.(12) One way to draw a Reuleaux triangle is to start with an equilateral triangle, which has three sides of equal length.(13) As an equilateral triangle rolls over one catenary, it ends up bumping into the next catenary(14) Any given triangle, either imagined or on paper, must either be acute, right, or obtuse, and either scalene, isosceles, or equilateral , and so any given triangle cannot represent all triangles.(15) The sides of this equilateral triangle will be five million kilometres long.(16) An equilateral triangle produces one of the observed crop-circle patterns; three isosceles triangles generate the other crop-circle geometries.
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Different Formsequilateral, equilaterals
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