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100% CAKE = TOO REAL PIE!Circumference (Around Kitchen Edible) = Two (One + One) * Radius * (Eating Always Luscious) Pi (Irrational Escape!) Charles H. Montgomery, Jr. Boston Cream Cake: Also (Too) Pie!
Food & Drink
100% CIRCLECalculation Into Route Consistently Locus-Equidistant Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% CIRCLE (2)Circulating, Inhabitable, Rotational, Cycle Logical Ellipses/Eclipses! Charles H. Montgomery, Jr. CIRCLE! EARTH: DAYS, YEARS, Eclipses & the wonderful Cycle Logical PREDICTABLE SCIENCE.
100% CIRCLE PERIMETERCircumference (Irrational Ratio Called-Logically!) Equals Pi! (Energizes Representation In Math Equations) Two (Er) Radius Charles H. Montgomery, Jr. Outside of parentheses in EXPANSION: Circumference = Pi Two Radiusor C=2*Pi*R. The ! signals that (Irrational Ratio Called-Logically!) is Pi! "Called-Logically!" is a PUNNY way of saying "most Pies are CIRCLES." Er is Chinese Two. Hope the grave accent for Èr worked. I thought that (Energizes Representation In Math Equations) was very important. For centuries, primary school children have learned C=2*Pi*R, so this inclusion might help whoever reads this APRONYM when they study advanced math.
100% CUBECompletely Unirregular Blocky Entity Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% CYLINDERCircular Yet Long, It Neatly Drains Excess Rainwater. Angela Brett
86% FIGUREFanciful Ideas in Geometry, Usually Rectilinear Equilaterals Angela Brett
100% GEOMETRYGolly, Elementary Orthogonal Matrices Excite These Randy Youths. Angela Brett, during a boring first-year algebra lecture.
Education:Slow Teaching
100% GEOMETRY (2)Go Euclid! One Man's Elementary Text Remained Years! Angela Brett (parts of Euclid's 'Elements' were used as a standard textbook for around 2250 years.)
100% GEOMETRY (3)Greek Earth Observers Measured Everything, Trusting Real Yardsticks. Angela Brett, since geometry began with people actually measuring land and wasn't at all like the abstract science it is today.
100% ISOMETRIESImages Simulate Originals, Mostly. Examples: Translations, Rotations Imitate Exact Shape Angela Brett. (An isometry is a plane transformation which preserves distances, and therefore shapes of figures.)
77% ISOMETRIES (2)Imitate Shapes of Originals, at Most Expressible as Three Reflections In Every Situation Angela Brett. (Every isometry can be expressed as a product of at most three reflections.)
93% JUXTAPOSITIONJuggle Until X-axes Tally, Although Placing Objects Spatially In Togetherness Is Often Noisome. Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% ORBOne Round Ball Angela Brett
100% PARALLEL LINESPartings Are Rigidly Applied, Logical Legalities Exclude Lines Lurching Into Nexus - Eternally Separated Tony McCoy O'Grady, who always wondered why concentric circles do not qualify as 'parallel'.
91% QUADRATRIXQuite Useful in Answering Dilemma... Round's Area To Rectangle Impossibility Xamined. Angela Brett
100% RADIUSRip A Diameter Into Uniform Sections Angela Brett
100% SHAPESolidity Has A Physical Embodiment Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% SPHERESolid Paradigm Having Every Radius Equal Angela Brett
100% SQUAREShape Quadrilateral, Unvaryingly A Rightangled Equilateral Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% SQUARESSome Quadrangles Use Angles Right; Even Sides. Roger Williams
100% TRIANGULARThis Really Is A Nice Geometric Unit... Lines Are Reduced. Angela Brett
100% TROCHOIDTracing Rolling Of Circle Has One Immediately Dizzy! Angela Brett