• Beauty Age Symmetry
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    Beauty Summary of The Biology of Beauty Many articles are written by modern psychologists and psychoanalysts that stress the importance of beauty in human and animal breeding as well as survival. One such article The Biology of Beauty suggests this importance and backs it up with many facts and figures as well as surveys on normal people. The article states many theories and hypotheses and also tries to explain why beauty plays such an important role in sexuality and power. What is beauty? Accor...
  • Transformations Symmetry Transformation Figure Reflection
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    What is transformation Transformation is a one-to-one function from one plane on to another plane or to a different area on the same plane. A transformation describes a change in appearance of points in a plane. It is a transfer from the pre-image to the image. There are many types of transformations that I will be describing. The first type of transformation is known as a reflection. A reflection maps each point from one plane and creates it on another plane in the same manner and order. One o...
  • Classical Design Elements In Architecture
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    Throughout history, Classical ideals of the ancient Greeks and Romans have been prevalent in all facets of art. In architecture this is especially true. A few of the Classical ideals employed in architecture are colonnaded porticoes, domed centers and symmetrical designs. Architects such as Andrea di Pietro, Christopher Wren and Thomas Jefferson used these Classical design elements in their respective works. These highly regarded individuals were architects of the Mannerist, Baroque and Neo-Clas...
  • Phylogenetic Tree Cleavage Radial Coelo
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    Most animal phyla originated in a relatively brief span of geological time, however the diversity among them is extraordinary. Every organism is very unique a detailed in certain ways, comparisons of certain types of organisms can be very difficult. The class in which will be compared is that of the invertebrates. The main difference between coelo mate and body plans are that coelo mates have a true coelo m, which is a fluid-filled body cavity completely lined by tissue which is derived from mes...
  • Comparing And Contrasting Euclidean Spherical And Hyperbolic Geometries
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    When it comes to Euclidean Geometry, Spherical Geometry and Hyperbolic Geometry there are many similarities and differences among them. For example, what may be true for Euclidean Geometry may not be true for Spherical or Hyperbolic Geometry. Many instances exist where something is true for one or two geometries but not the other geometry. However, sometimes a property is true for all three geometries. These points bring us to the purpose of this paper. This paper is an opportunity for me to de...
  • Digital Block For A Function Generator
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    Digital Block Design Design introduction The Digital Block is the heart of this digitally controlled function generator. Symmetry and frequency variation is direct result of the design of this block. In this design the emphasis was on simplicity and some target specifications at the top of the frequency variation were compromised in order to achieve greater simplicity. This design achieves 28 frequencies in the range of 100 Hz to 100 k Hz. Whilst the 17 frequencies from the range 100 Hz to 10 k ...
  • M C Escher Watson Newlin
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    The Science of Escher Though M. C. Escher contended that he knew virtually nothing about mathematics, even having gone as far as to declare that he was absolutely innocent of training or knowledge in the exact sciences, (Schattschneider 67), his art work commonly incorporates the use of many recognized elements of science and mathematics. It has been argued that Eschers natural accessibility and his popularity with young art patrons is due to the Eschers use of symmetry, his use of metamorphosis...
  • M C Escher The Science
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    The Science of Escher Though M. C. Escher contended that he knew virtually nothing about mathematics, even having gone as far as to declare that he was? absolutely innocent of training or knowledge in the exact sciences, ? (Schattschneider 67), his art work commonly incorporates the use of many recognized elements of science and mathematics. It has been argued that Escher? s natural accessibility and his popularity with young art patrons is due to the Escher? s use of symmetry, his use of metamo...
  • An Article Evaluation Joann Rodgers
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    Although I can remember the first sight accurately, I cannot for the life of me recall what happened next. Although several scientist would bet their microscopes and their salaries that sometime after the butterflies got out of my stomach and I my hands stopped sweating, that I was in actuality flirting with a complete stranger. As I watched him walk to the counter with his poor posture and his veins bulging out of his arms, I knew that there was something special about him. At that moment, I wa...
  • Beauty Hip Ratio
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    Summary of The Beauty Beauty Summary of The Biology of Beauty Many articles are written by modern psychologists and psychoanalysts that stress the importance of beauty in human and animal breeding as well as survival. One such article The Biology of Beauty suggests this importance and backs it up with many facts and figures as well as surveys on normal people. The article states many theories and hypotheses and also tries to explain why beauty plays such an important role in sexuality and power....