Steiner Chain Circles

Some articles on steiner chain, circles, chain, chains, steiner chains:

Steiner Chain - Generalizations
... The simplest generalization of a Steiner chain is to allow the given circles to touch or intersect one another ... In the former case, this corresponds to a Pappus chain, which has an infinite number of circles ... hexlet is a three-dimensional generalization of a Steiner chain of six circles ...
Value (ethics) - Duration
... It is contrasted with chain of events duration, which is the time it takes for a chain of events to reach its terminal event, in this case the object with intrinsic value ... The chain of events duration may be significantly longer than the value duration, especially for objects with long term instrumental value ... the value of the intervening objects in the chain of events ...
Chipotle Mexican Grill
... (NYSE CMG) ( /tʃɨˈpoʊtleɪ/ chi-POHT-lay), is a chain of restaurants located in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, specializing in burritos and tacos ... more naturally raised meat than any other restaurant chain ... Chipotle is one of the first chains of fast casual dining establishments ...
Steiner Chain - Closed, Open and Multi-cyclic
... Closed, open and multi-cyclic Steiner chains Closed Steiner chain of nine circles ... The 1st and 9th circles are tangent Open Steiner chain of nine circles ... The 1st and 9th circles overlap Multicyclic Steiner chain of 17 circles in 2 wraps ...
Human Chain
... A human chain is a form of demonstration in which people link their arms as a show of political solidarity ... The number of demonstrators involved in a human chain is often disputed the organizers of the human chain often report higher numbers than governmental ... Notable human chains, in chronological order, have included Date Event Location Number of participants Purpose 1983 Berkshire, England, United Kingdom 40,000 - 80,000 Protested siting of American nuclear missiles ...

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