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UM VÍDEO TURN DOWN FOR WHAT | Geometry Dash

Published: 2015/06/22

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Geometry Magic: turn circles into a square

Published: 2015/06/16

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Geometry Dash: User Level - Turn Down For What (By: Cocolon) [Hard]

Published: 2015/07/02

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Moving Into Geometry Flips Slides and Turns

Published: 2009/08/31

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TURN DOWN FOR WHAT| GEOMETRY DASH(REMIX)|(nivel auto)

Published: 2015/10/21

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TURN DOWN FOR WHAT [Geometry dash ]

Published: 2015/07/19

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Transformations: Geometry Song For Elementary Students

Published: 2016/02/08

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What's New in SolidCAM 2010: Solid Turn Geometry Selection

Published: 2010/03/12

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Geometry Dash 360 degrees turn wave

Published: 2015/12/05

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3dmotive Sample Clip - Using the Line Tool to Turn Shapes into Geometry

Published: 2016/07/26

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Geometry Dash в 3D | Run Turn Die 🔶 | Геометри Даш

Published: 2016/06/17

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Geometry Dash | Creator Tutorial #7 : How to Make Invisible Object

Published: 2015/09/02

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What's New in SolidCAM 2010 Solid Turn Geometry Selection

Published: 2016/12/12

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Turn Down For What - Geometry Dash

Published: 2015/07/03

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Understanding Cutting Tool Geometry

Published: 2015/06/10

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Denise Carter's Smarty Bunch - GEOMETRY TRANSFORMATIONS

Published: 2010/09/09

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Geometry Dash ~ Turn It Up ~

Published: 2017/03/18

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TURN DOWN FOR WHAT!!??!! - Geometry Dash Part 1

Published: 2015/03/15

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Published: 2017/05/18

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Geometry Meltdown Challenge !!! Vadose turn #1

Published: 2016/02/07

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How to Turn a Sphere Inside Out

Published: 2007/11/15

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Turning Spindle shaft, 40 taper cone geometry WNMG insert

Published: 2015/12/28

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Geometry turns 90 180 270

Published: 2016/02/17

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(Mac) HOW TO REMOVE PARTICLES IN GEOMETRY DASH! (Steam Only) {DyllioSpikester}

Published: 2015/10/04

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Turn taking Geometry

Published: 2016/11/16

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[LIVE] Artificial Ascent L1 - Geometry Dash (Turn up volume)

Published: 2017/05/12

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SGB Level "SDB'S turn Geometry Dash

Published: 2016/10/16

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Geometry Dash - Turn Off the Leg!

Published: 2015/08/16

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Turn Up the HEAT | Geometry Dash Warmth

Published: 2017/05/09

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Geometry Dash! Puppy's turn!

Published: 2016/03/05

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Geometry Dash 360 degrees turn ship

Published: 2015/12/05

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¡Los MEMES de la comunidad de Geometry Dash! - Turn Down For Whats y Poemas :v

Published: 2016/07/17

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[2.1!] How To Use NoClip (Invincibility) On Geometry Dash (Made by mgostih)

Published: 2017/01/26

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How to Turn Things Invisible | Geometry Dash 2.1

Published: 2017/03/28

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Congruence: A turn-based game of geometry and territory.

Published: 2016/11/29

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Turn the music up (geometry dash) 85 sub special

Published: 2017/02/07

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Geometry Dash rage! Turn off my phone for a few seconds!!

Published: 2017/04/16

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Turn up the heat! | Geometry Dash 2.1 #1

Published: 2017/04/22

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Geometry dash!!!!! (Turn device around)

Published: 2017/05/13

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Unit 5 Geometry: Lesson 9 Measuring Angles as Turns

Published: 2015/02/02

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Geometry Dash 360 degree turn ufo

Published: 2015/12/05

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Geometry dash games (might want to turn up the volume

Published: 2016/06/28

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[Geometry Dash] ReeledTied BTH - Snap and Turn

Published: 2017/04/30

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Modular Environments - Part 4 - Turning Textures into Geometry Part 2

Published: 2015/04/08

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BossMode (Geometry Dash) turn your volume down

Published: 2016/07/11

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Geometry Dash Account Giveaway (RESULTS) ( Turn volume up if to quiet )

Published: 2016/08/18

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Turn down for what ( R3MIX) by thetraxxbear -Geometry Dash-

Published: 2015/06/29

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Geometry Dash | Fingerdash part 1 (please turn ur volume full)

Published: 2017/02/26

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3ds Max 08-11 Editable Mesh Edit Geometry Rollout Turn

Published: 2016/02/29

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Geometry Dash 1# | Pure skills (Please turn on captions for full effect .3.)

Published: 2017/02/20

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Turn | |
---|---|

Unit of | Plane angle |

Symbol | tr or pla |

Unit conversions | |

1 tr in ... |
... is equal to ... |

radians | 6.283185307179586... rad |

radians | 2π rad |

degrees | 360° |

gradians | 400^{g} |

A **turn** is a unit of plane angle measurement equal to 2π radians, 360 degrees or 400 gradians. A turn is also referred to as a **revolution** or **complete rotation** or **full circle** or **cycle** or **rev** or **rot**.

A turn can be subdivided in many different ways: into half turns, quarter turns, centiturns, milliturns, binary angles, points etc.

A turn can be divided in 100 centiturns or 1000 milliturns, with each milliturn corresponding to an angle of 0.36°, which can also be written as 21′ 36″. A protractor divided in centiturns is normally called a percentage protractor.

Binary fractions of a turn are also used. Sailors have traditionally divided a turn into 32 compass points. The *binary degree*, also known as the *binary radian* (or *brad*), is ^{1}⁄_{256} turn.^{[1]} The binary degree is used in computing so that an angle can be represented to the maximum possible precision in a single byte. Other measures of angle used in computing may be based on dividing one whole turn into 2^{n} equal parts for other values of *n*.^{[2]}

The notion of turn is commonly used for planar rotations. Two special rotations have acquired appellations of their own: a rotation through 180° is commonly referred to as a half-turn (π radians),^{[3]} a rotation through 90° is referred to as a quarter-turn.

The word turn originates via Latin and French from the Greek word τόρνος (*tórnos* – a lathe).

In 1697, David Gregory used π/ρ (pi over rho) to denote the *p*erimeter of a circle (i.e., the circumference) divided by its *r*adius.^{[4]}^{[5]} However, earlier in 1647, William Oughtred had used δ/π (delta over pi) for the ratio of the *d*iameter to *p*erimeter. The first use of the symbol π on its own with its present meaning (of perimeter divided by diameter) was in 1706 by the Welsh mathematician William Jones.^{[6]} Euler adopted the symbol with that meaning in 1737, leading to its widespread use.

Percentage protractors have existed since 1922,^{[7]} but the terms centiturns and milliturns were introduced much later by Sir Fred Hoyle.^{[8]}

The German standard DIN 1315 (1974-03) proposed the unit symbol *pla* (from Latin: *plenus angulus* "full angle") for turns.^{[9]}^{[10]} Since 2011, the HP 39gII and HP Prime support the unit symbol *tr* for turns. In 2016, support for turns was also added to newRPL for the HP 50g.^{[11]}

One turn is equal to 2π (≈ 6.283185307179586)^{[12]} radians.

Turns | Radians | Degrees | Gradians (Gons) |
---|---|---|---|

0 | 0 | 0° | 0^{g} |

1/24 | π/12 | 15° | 16 2/3^{g} |

1/12 | π/6 | 30° | 33 1/3^{g} |

1/10 | π/5 | 36° | 40^{g} |

1/8 | π/4 | 45° | 50^{g} |

1/2π | 1 | c. 57.3° | c. 63.7^{g} |

1/6 | π/3 | 60° | 66 2/3^{g} |

1/5 | 2π/5 | 72° | 80^{g} |

1/4 | π/2 | 90° | 100^{g} |

1/3 | 2π/3 | 120° | 133 1/3^{g} |

2/5 | 4π/5 | 144° | 160^{g} |

1/2 | π | 180° | 200^{g} |

3/4 | 3π/2 | 270° | 300^{g} |

1 | 2π | 360° | 400^{g} |

In 1958, Albert Eagle proposed the Greek letter tau τ as a symbol for 2π, selecting the new symbol because π resembles two τ symbols conjoined (ττ).^{[13]}

In 2001, Robert Palais proposed using the number of radians in a turn as the fundamental circle constant instead of π, which amounts to the number of radians in half a turn, in order to make mathematics simpler and more intuitive. His proposal used a "pi with three legs" symbol to denote the constant ( = 2π).^{[14]}

In 2010, Michael Hartl proposed to use tau to represent Palais' circle constant (not Eagle's): τ=2π. He offered two reasons. First, τ is the number of radians in *one turn*, which allows fractions of a turn to be expressed more directly: for instance, a 3/4 turn would be represented as 3/4τ rad instead of 3/2π rad. Second, τ visually resembles π, whose association with the circle constant is unavoidable.^{[15]} Hartl's *Tau Manifesto* gives many examples of formulas that are simpler if tau is used instead of pi.^{[16]}^{[17]}^{[18]} However, a rebuttal was given in *The Pi Manifesto*, stating a variety of reasons tau should not supplant pi.^{[19]}

- As an angular unit, the turn or revolution is particularly useful for large angles, such as in connection with electromagnetic coils and rotating objects. See also winding number.
- The angular speed of rotating machinery, such as automobile engines, is commonly measured in revolutions per minute or RPM.
- Turn is used in complex dynamics for measure of external and internal angles. The sum of external angles of a polygon equals one turn. Angle doubling map is used.
- Pie charts illustrate proportions of a whole as fractions of a turn. Each one percent is shown as an angle of one centiturn.

In kinematics, a **turn** is a rotation less than a full revolution. A turn may be represented in a mathematical model that uses expressions of complex numbers or quaternions. In the complex plane every non-zero number has a polar coordinate expression *z* = *r* cis(*a*) = *r* cos(*a*) + *r*i sin(*a*) where *r* > 0 and *a* is in [0, 2π). A turn of the complex plane arises from multiplying *z* = *x* + i*y* by an element *u* = e^{bi} that lies on the unit circle:

*z*↦*uz*.

Frank Morley consistently referred to elements of the unit circle as *turns* in the book *Inversive Geometry*, (1933) which he coauthored with his son Frank Vigor Morley.^{[20]}

The Latin term for *turn* is versor, which is a quaternion that can be visualized as an arc of a great circle. The product of two versors can be compared to a spherical triangle where two sides add to the third. For the kinematics of rotation in three dimensions, see quaternions and spatial rotation.

- Angle of rotation
- Revolutions per minute
- Repeating circle
- Spat (unit)
- Unit interval
- Turn (rational trigonometry)
- Spread

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