## geometric

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• Although best known for its geometric results, the Elements also includes number theory.
• The answer is because the mean does not provide as much information as the geometric mean.
• These early geometric methods do not appear to have had a general formula.
• It is studied in its own right as an object of geometric interest in K-theory.
• The geometric construction of arithmetic operations cannot be carried out in either of these cases.
• The function (where the list elements are positive numbers) provides the geometric mean.
• Instead, the geometric mean is simply where n is the number of steps from the initial to final state.
• Given a geometric object X, one can consider functions on such objects.
• In this case, all weight transfer at that end of the vehicle will be geometric in nature.
• That is, one second is interpreted as one light-second, so time has the geometric units of length.
• They present a great variety of geometric forms that produce sensations of movement or colour.
• Patterns can be free form style or based on geometric figures.
• Geometric patterns of the region are seen in his later works.
• The later version has a far more geometric composition and the figures are much more contemplative.
• The most recent painting, consisting of geometric figures, date to the medieval period.
• You can get the same result every time for the geometric mean using a method that involves logarithms.
• The philosophy behind the study of local fields is largely motivated by geometric methods.
• Fractals are different from other geometric figures because of the way in which they scale.
• The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has ancient origins.
• In geometric terms, one has to work with functions defined on some open, dense set of a given variety.

### Meaning of geometric

• adjective Of or relating to or determined by geometry