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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of epicycle

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of epicycle:

Derived Form of epicycle

plural: epicycles
a circle that rolls around (inside or outside) another circle; generates an epicycloid or hypocycloid
Type ofcircle,
See alsoepicyclical,

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  1. of this year. The 5 Energy is in the centre of the epicycle; the epicycle
  2. lot of other spriography curves that I talked about in the epicycle video. The
  3. usually called epicycles and epicycle mathematics has been used for millennia
  4. something like this. Essentially this is an epicycle orbit
  5. his greek mates, Copernicus also resorted to epicycle
  6. Anyway epicycle mathematics is ages old, even if it's not the simplest approach
  7. paper that led to a proper understanding of the possibilities of epicycle
  8. inclined among you I will now show you how you can make your own epicycle
  9. drawings of whatever takes your fancy and I'll show you how the epicycle
  10. answer to this question? We all know, right? Google Homer and epicycle. If
  11. so called discrete Fourier transform to calculate epicycle approximations of the
  12. code to generate epicycle approximations to various silhouettes. So have a guess
  13. program does its epicycle magic. Okay here's a challenge for you.
  14. Get creative and come up with some epicycle animations of your own and link
  15. under control in terms of epicycle mathematics. But what has all is to do
  16. crunching the numbers coming up with one epicycle, one
  17. add an epicycle and then they'd go out and observe some more,
  18. as a sort of epicycle on Carnap's
  19. found that no, not really. Then the post Ptolemaic people said that, not only one such epicycle