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The elements of dynamic symmetry.


New York, Dover Publications [1967] .
ISBN 0486217760, 9780486217765

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Other Title Dynamic symmetry
Subjects Art grec.
Art, Greek.
Design.
Description xvii, 133 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "Unabridged and unaltered republication of the work originally published ... in 1926."
Contents The dynamic symmetry of the plant Part I. Simple rectangles -- Lesson 1. The square (or unity) -- Lesson 2. The rectangle of the whirling squares (1.618) and the root-five rectangle (2.236) -- Lesson 3. The application of areas -- Lesson 4. The reciprocal -- Lesson 5. The diagonal -- Lesson 6. The root-two rectangle (1.4142) -- Lesson 7. The root-two rectangle and the application of areas -- Lesson 8. The root-three rectangle -- Lesson 9. The root-four rectangle (2.) -- Lesson 10. The root-five rectangle (2.236) -- Lesson 11. The spiral and other curves of dynamic symmetry -- Lesson 12. General constructions for similarity of figure -- Part II. Compound rectangles -- Lesson I. The complement -- Lesson II. Rhythmic themes of the whirling square rectangle -- Lesson III. The square plus a root-five rectangle (1.4472) and a whirling square rectangle applied to a square -- Lesson IV. Compound rectangles within a square -- Lesson V. Further analyses of the square -- Lesson VI. The addition of unity to dynamic areas -- Lesson VII. The gnomon -- Lesson VIII. Ratios most frequently used, their reciprocals and simple divisions -- Lesson IX. Ratios most frequently used--continued -- What instruments to use and how to use them -- Definitions selected from the thirteen books of Euclid's Elements.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1017061
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WorldCat Identities Hambidge, Jay, 1867-1924.
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