Users' questions

How do you define a torus?

How do you define a torus?

1 : a doughnut-shaped surface generated by a circle rotated about an axis in its plane that does not intersect the circle. 2 : a smooth rounded anatomical protuberance (as a bony ridge on the skull) a supraorbital torus.

What does a torus look like math?

In Mathematics, a torus is a doughnut-shaped object such as an O ring. It is a surface of an object formed by revolving a circle in three-dimensional space about an axis that lies in the same plane as the circle.

Is a torus a shape?

The shape of this ring is called a torus, a donut shape. Nature invented the shape long before our buildings. A torus is the shape of the magnetic field around our bodies, the shape of the magnetic field around Earth. Some physicists think the universe itself is a spinning torus.

What is a torus 3D shape?

A torus is a 3D shape formed by a small circle that rotates around a bigger circle. It usually looks like a circular ring, or a donut.

Is doughnut a torus?

(The bread of the donut is a three-dimensional space called a solid torus.)

Are human donuts?

And so if you deform the human body and its inner (GI tract) and outer (skin) surfaces into the simplest possible shape, you end up with a doughnut-shaped object, a torus. All the other openings into the body that aren’t part of the GI tract aren’t holes, topologically/mathematically speaking, they’re cavities.

Is there a cube planet?

There can never be an cubic planet. As the round objects have more area than square or rectangular. The other thing is in universe all objets gather mass by rolling.

How many holes does a person have topologically?

It talks about topology in the beginning, then it starts to answer the question “how many through holes does a human have”. But if you want the straight up answer, a human is topologicaly equivalent to a 7 hole donut.

How many holes does a human have topologically?

For a normal human male, discounting pores, we have 9 holes.