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 516 represents Geometry
 BRACKET means Indicates Geometry Where Friendly Aircraft Will Maneuver to a Position on Opposing Sides, Either Laterally or Vertically from the Target
 CUTOFF means Request For, or Directive To, Intercept Using Cutoff Geometry
 Descartes' Theorem applies in Geometry
 Pascal's Theorem applies in Physics Geometry
Blaise Pascal
 Ptolemy's Theorem applies in Geometry
Ptolemy
 Pythagorean Theorem applies in Geometry
Pythagoras
 Adjacent, Vertical, Complementary, Supplementary are all Angles Studied in Geometry
Two complementary angles add up to 90 degrees
 Pythagorean, SSS, HL, CPCTC are all Theorems from Geometry
 August Ferdinand MÃ¶bius was The Introducer of Homogenous Coordinates in Projective Geometry
Born 1790 CE, died 1868 CE -- Also invented the MÃ¶bius strip
 Euclid of Alexandria was The Father of Geometry
Fl. 300 BCE
 Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevski was The Developer of Non-Euclidean Geometry
Born 1792 CE, died 1856 CE
 Euclidean Distance Transform is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Gift Wrapping Algorithm is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Gilbert-Johnson-Keerthi Distance Algorithm is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Graham Scan is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Line Segment Intersection is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Point in Polygon is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Fortune's Algorithm is a Computational Geometry Algorithm
 Geometry in Macedonian is Ð³ÐµÐ¾Ð¼ÐµÑ‚Ñ€Ð¸Ñ˜Ð°
 Gerhard Herzberg won for Electronic Structure and Geometry of Molecules
1971
 Stoke's Law applies in Geometry
An expression for the frictional force exerted on spherical objects with very small Reynolds numbers