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  • 微积分 Presentation

    1. 1. Dimension John Jason Magic Voldemort
    2. 2. • Part 1: Definition of dimension• Part 2: One dimension• Part 3: Two dimension• Part 4: Three dimension• Part 5: Four dimension
    3. 3. Part 1: Definition of dimension
    4. 4. Definition of dimension
    5. 5. Definition of dimension•The dimension of a space or object is informally defined as the minimum number of coordinates needed to specify each point within it.
    6. 6. Part 2: Onedimension
    7. 7. One dimension
    8. 8. One dimension•One dimension is actually referring to a line.•it can also be interpreted as the point of moving into the line.•it also refers to objects which has no area and volume.
    9. 9. Part 3: Twodimension
    10. 10. Two dimension
    11. 11. Two dimension•To say that a surface is "two- dimensional" means that, about each point, there is a coordinate patch on which a two-dimensional coordinate system is defined.
    12. 12. Part 4: Three dimension
    13. 13. Three dimension
    14. 14. Three dimension•The three dimensions are commonly called length, width, and depth (or height), although any three directions can be chosen, provided that they do not lie in the same plane.
    15. 15. 3D in real life
    16. 16. 3D in real life
    17. 17. 3D in real life
    18. 18. 3D in real life
    19. 19. 3D computer graphics
    20. 20. 3D computer graphics
    21. 21. 3D computer graphics•graphics that use a three- dimensional representation of geometric data (oftenCartesian)
    22. 22. Pyramid
    23. 23. Khufu Pyramid
    24. 24. Khufu Pyramid• As a miracle of artificial construction in the world, the first pyramid of Khufu is the worlds largest pyramid, built during the beginning of Khufu pyramid height of 146.59 meters slope length is 186.2967 meters.It is featured with the bottom edge length of 230.2628 meters, more than 250 million units, each weighing about 2.5- - 50 tons of stone.
    25. 25. Khufu Pyramid• As a miracle of artificial construction in the world, the first pyramid of Khufu is the worlds largest pyramid, built during the beginning of Khufu pyramid height of 146.59 meters slope length is 186.2967 meters.It is featured with the bottom edge length of 230.2628 meters, more than 250 million units, each weighing about 2.5- - 50 tons of stone.
    26. 26. The number of"coincidences"
    27. 27. The number of "coincidences"• The perimeter of the bottom of the pyramid of Khufu, if divided by the height of the double get manufacturers to 3.14159, which is pi.
    28. 28. The number of "coincidences"• The perimeter of the bottom of the pyramid of Khufu, if divided by the height of the double get manufacturers to 3.14159, which is pi.
    29. 29. The number of"coincidences"
    30. 30. The number of "coincidences"• It is nothing to do with coincidence that the Khufu pyramid Meridian just divide the Earths land and sea into equal areas.
    31. 31. The number of "coincidences"• It is nothing to do with coincidence that the Khufu pyramid Meridian just divide the Earths land and sea into equal areas.
    32. 32. Golden Ratio
    33. 33. Golden Ratio•If the half of bottom edge divide the pyramid slope length (hypotenuse distance), there will be 0.618.
    34. 34. • If you have a right-angle edge,
    35. 35. • If you have a right-angle edge,• And you have a stick and a rope,
    36. 36. • If you have a right-angle edge,• And you have a stick and a rope,• How do you determine the other edge of the right angle?
    37. 37. Part 5: Fourdimension
    38. 38. Thanks for watching• All information is citied from Internet.

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