Euclidean Geometry

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Euclidean Geometry

The Plane geometry learned in high school, based upon a few ideal, smooth, symmetric shapes.

Euclidean Geometry

A system of geometry that deals with objects on a plane. Its theory is based on five postulates, from which a number of theoretical proofs are derived.
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u]-quark with negative electric charge is situated in the real plane.
If a task is rated a "1," then that simulated task can take the place of the aircrew member having to do the task in a real plane.
I think if it was hokey in some way, from the moment it started, people would go: 'That's not a real plane, that's not a real airport,' and the whole thing would kind of fall apart, especially since we're quite larger-than-life characters, so we need it to be real-life to bounce off.
So we found a real plane in the UK and a guy willing to fly it up here for a gripping scene where the Germans fire at the land girls, and it worked out cheaper than trying to create it with special effects.
It's his 30th birthday in June and I've heard that you can book a go on a flight simulator, which is like flying a real plane.
ITV2 launched their latest trashy TV show this week, CelebAir, featuring "a real plane, flying to real places, staffed by real celebrities".
YOUNG paper plane experts have the chance to win tickets for an air journey - on a real plane.
I had to leg it to the real plane and managed to get to the gate before it took off.
These things are a helluva lot harder to fly than a real plane.
It felt like you're really in a real plane and you're going all over the place and when you're sideways it feels like you're on the floor - it's real fun,'' said 8-year-old Sean Mann, whose father is an air traffic controller.
The children got the chance to see the interiors of a real plane, which is something that they have never dreamt of.