## Look up: Symmetry

1. Symmetry
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2. Symmetry
Symmetry is implied when data values are distributed in the same way above and below the middle of the sample.
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3. symmetry
[n] - balance among the parts of something 2. [n] - (mathematics) an attribute of a shape
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4. Symmetry
A modelling option in which any changes made to the model are duplicated across an axis of reflectional symmetry. This makes it possible to create complex symmetrical objects, such as a human or animal head, without having to work directly on more than one half of the model.
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5. symmetry
(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Beam calculations) Used to describe something that looks the same on the left as on the right - as if there were a mirror down the middle.
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6. Symmetry
A design term describing individual pages or two-page spreads characterised by left-right balance.
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7. Symmetry
symmetry occurs when a building can be split into two mirrored parts.
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8. Symmetry
Sym'me·try noun [ Latin symmetria , Greek ...; sy`n with, together + ... a measure: confer French symétrie . See Syn- , and Meter rhythm.] 1. A due proportion of the several parts of a body to each other...
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9. symmetry
1. A due proportion of the several parts of a body to each other; adaptation of the form or dimensions of the several parts of a thing to each other; the union and conformity of the members of a work to the whole. ... 2. <biology> The law of likeness; similarity of structure; regularity in for...
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10. symmetry
symmetricalness noun (mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
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11. symmetry
proportion noun balance among the parts of something
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12. symmetry
(sim´ә-tre) correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of parts on opposite sides of a plane, or around an axis. adj., symmet´rical., adj. bilateral symmetry the configuration of an irregularly shaped body (such as the human body or that of higher animals) that can be di...
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1. Symmetry
• (n.) Likeness in the form and size of floral organs of the same kind; regularity. • (n.) Equality in the number of parts of the successive circles in a flower. • (n.) A due proportion of the several parts of a body to each other; adaptation of the form or dimensions of the several p...
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2. symmetry
(from the article `nature, philosophy of`) Symmetry is one of the chief concepts of modern mathematics, which combines the different symmetries belonging to an object or a concept into groups ...
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3. symmetry
(from the article `formal logic`) ...a second, it also holds between that second object and the first. This expression is not valid, since it is true for some relations but false for ... ...three types can be classed in terms of certain distinctions commonly drawn in the logic of relations: that of ...
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4. symmetry
in biology, the repetition of the parts in an animal or plant in an orderly fashion. Specifically, symmetry refers to a correspondence of body ... [4 related articles]
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5. symmetry
in crystallography, fundamental property of the orderly arrangements of atoms found in crystalline solids. Each arrangement of atoms has a certain ... [2 related articles]
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6. symmetry
in physics, the concept that the properties of particles such as atoms and molecules remain unchanged after being subjected to a variety of symmetry ... [8 related articles]
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7. Symmetry
[physics] In physics, symmetry includes all features of a physical system that exhibit the property of symmetry—that is, under certain transformations, aspects of these systems are "unchanged", according to a particular observation. A symmetry of a physical system is a physical or mathemat...
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8. Symmetry
Symmetry (from Greek συμμετρεῖν symmetría "measure together") generally conveys two primary meanings. The first is an imprecise sense of harmonious or aesthetically pleasing proportionality and balance; such that it reflects beauty or perfection. The second meaning is a precise and well...
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9. symmetry
An intrinsic property of a mathematical object that allows it to remain unchanged under certain types of transformation, such as rotation, reflection, or more abstract operations. The mathematical study of symmetry is systematized and formalized in the extremely powerful subject known as group theor...
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10. symmetry
symmetry, generally speaking, a balance or correspondence between various parts of an object; the term symmetry is used both in the arts and in the sciences. In art and design, it is often used in a somewhat loose sense, to mean a kind of balance in which the corresponding parts are not necessarily ...
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11. Symmetry
A dyadic relation R is symmetric if, for all x and y in the field of R, xRy ? yRx; it is asymmetric if, for all x and y in the field of R, xRy ? ~ yRx; non-symmetric if there are x and y in the field of R such that [xRy] [~ yRx]. An n-adic propositional function F is symmetric if F(x1, x
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12. symmetry
Type: Term Pronunciation: sim′ĕ-trē Definitions: 1. Equality or correspondence in form of parts distributed around a center or an axis, at the extremities or poles, or on the opposite sides of any body.
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13. symmetry
Exact likeness in shape about a given line (axis), point, or plane. A figure has symmetry if one half can be rotated and/or reflected onto the other. (Symmetry preserves length, angle, but not necessarily orientation.) In a wider sense, symmetry exists if a change in the system leaves the essential ...
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