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Spherical geometry is the geometry of the two-dimensional surface of a sphere. It is an example of a geometry that is not Euclidean. Two practical applications of ...

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Sphere. Go to Surface Area or Volume. Sphere Facts. Notice these interesting things: Sphere Radius. It is perfectly symmetrical; All points on the surface are the

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Jan 28, 2000 ... The Geometry of the Sphere. John C. Polking · Rice University The material on these pages was the text for part of the Advanced Mathematics ...

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The angle between two lines in spherical geometry is the angle between the planes of the corresponding great circles, and a spherical triangle is defined by its ...

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Basic information about spheres. We will start with the basics. A sphere is a set of points in three dimensional space equidistant from a point called the center of ...

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A spherical triangle is a figure formed on the surface of a sphere by three great circular arcs intersecting pairwise in ... "Spherical Geometry and Trigonometry.

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Spherical Geometry. Danielle Frailey. Spherical Geometry in History. At the time when Earth was discovered to be round rather than flat, spherical geometry ...

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Remember high school geometry? The sum of the angles of a planar triangle is always 180 degrees or Pi radians. However, triangles on other surfaces can ...

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Apr 22, 2017 ... It is important to recognize and understand these key concepts to fully expand upon properties of spherical geometry. A point: a point on a ...

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Nov 27, 2016 ... Spherical geometry is nearly as old as Euclidean geometry. In fact, the word geometry means “measurement of the Earth”, and the Earth is ...