In the hyperbolic plane of constant curvature, the summit of a Saccheri quadrilateral can be calculated from the leg and the base using the formula
Read more about this topic: Saccheri Quadrilateral
Other articles related to "a formula, formula":
... A formula expresses a relationship between physical quantities ... A necessary condition for a formula to be valid is that all terms have the same dimension, meaning every term in the formula could be potentially converted to contain the identical unit (or product of ... This requires that the universal formula be converted to a formula that is intended to be used only with prescribed units, meaning the numerical quantity is implicitly assumed to be multiplying a ...
... The 1991 Australian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 3 November 1991 at the Adelaide Street Circuit ... was the 16th and final race of the 1991 Formula One season ... It holds the record for being the shortest Formula One race ever held ...
... The 1992 South African Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Kyalami on 1 March 1992 ... It was the first round of the 1992 Formula One season ... Formula One returned to post-apartheid South Africa which had not hosted a Grand Prix since the controversial 1985 event, held during Premier P.W ...
Famous quotes containing the word formula:
“Hidden away amongst Aschenbachs writing was a passage directly asserting that nearly all the great things that exist owe their existence to a defiant despite: it is despite grief and anguish, despite poverty, loneliness, bodily weakness, vice and passion and a thousand inhibitions, that they have come into being at all. But this was more than an observation, it was an experience, it was positively the formula of his life and his fame, the key to his work.”
—Thomas Mann (18751955)
“Its hard enough to adjust [to the lack of control] in the beginning, says a corporate vice president and single mother. But then you realize that everything keeps changing, so you never regain control. I was just learning to take care of the belly-button stump, when it fell off. I had just learned to make formula really efficiently, when Sarah stopped using it.”
—Anne C. Weisberg (20th century)