Lines and arrows show the sequence of these steps, and the relationships between them. Standard Flowchart Symbols See also alternative flowchart symbols: Workflow Flowchart Symbols Workflow relationships are where work is done by different departments in a fixed sequence. This means that one department needs to finish its job before work can continue in another department.
Spherical coordinate system Lines and planes[ edit ] Two distinct points always determine a straight line. Three distinct points are either collinear or determine a unique plane. Four distinct points can either be collinear, coplanar or determine the entire space.
Two distinct lines can either intersect, be parallel or be skew. Two parallel lines, or two intersecting lineslie in a unique plane, so skew lines are lines that do not meet and do not lie in a common plane.
Two distinct planes can either meet in a common line or are parallel do not meet. Three distinct planes, no pair of which are parallel, can either meet in a common line, meet in a unique common point or have no point in common.
In the last case, the three lines of intersection of each pair of planes are mutually parallel. A line can lie in a given plane, intersect that plane in a unique point or be parallel to the plane.
In the last case, there will be lines in the plane that are parallel to the given line. A hyperplane is a subspace of one dimension less than the dimension of the full space. The hyperplanes of a three-dimensional space are the two-dimensional subspaces, that is, the planes.
In terms of cartesian coordinates, the points of a hyperplane satisfy a single linear equationso planes in this 3-space are described by linear equations. A line can be described by a pair of independent linear equations, each representing a plane having this line as a common intersection. Spheres and balls[ edit ] Main article: Sphere A perspective projection of a sphere onto two dimensions A sphere in 3-space also called a 2-sphere because it is a 2-dimensional object consists of the set of all points in 3-space at a fixed distance r from a central point P.
The solid enclosed by the sphere is called a ball or, more precisely a 3-ball. The volume of the ball is given by V.A rhombus is a parallelogram with all of its sides being equal.
A square is a rhombus with all of the angles being equal as well as all of the sides. Both squares and rhombuses have perpendicular diagonal bisectors that split each diagonal into 2 equal pieces, and also splitting the quadrilateral into 4 equal right triangles.
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A rhombus is a quadrilateral with four sides of equal length. Rhombuses have diagonals that bisect each other at right angles.
Thus, we can consider the right triangle .
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What are 2D and 3D shapes?
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