beam geometry

beam geometry
геометрия пучка

[lang name="English"]projective geometry — проективная геометрия

[lang name="English"]Minkowskian geometry — геометрия Минковского

[lang name="English"]equiaffine geometry — эквиаффинная геометрия

[lang name="English"]foundation of geometry — основания геометрии

[lang name="English"]an exercise in geometry — задача по геометрии


English-Russian dictionary on nuclear energy. 2015.

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