**Torus** — Not to be confused with Taurus (disambiguation). This article is about the surface and mathematical concept of a torus. For other uses, see Torus (disambiguation). A torus As the distance to th … Wikipedia

**Doughnut (disambiguation)** — A doughnut or donut is a deep fried piece of dough or batter, usually with a toroidal shape. Doughnut or donut may also refer to: Doughnut (driving), a driving maneuver Donuts (album), a 2006 album by J Dilla Donut (Red vs. Blue), a fictional… … Wikipedia

**T (disambiguation)** — T is the twentieth letter of the Latin alphabet. T may also refer to: * Mr. T (b. 1952), American actor * T shirt, a type of clothing * T bone steak, the cut of meat * T unit, grammatical term * Thoracic vertebrae T 1 through T 12 * My t , slang… … Wikipedia

**De Bruijn** — is a Dutch surname. It may refer to: Chantal de Bruijn Cornelis de Bruijn, Dutch artist and traveler Daniëlle de Bruijn Inge de Bruijn, Dutch swimmer Nicolaas Govert de Bruijn, Dutch mathematician Maarten de Bruijn Nick de Bruijn Pi de Bruijn In… … Wikipedia

**Surface** — This article discusses surfaces from the point of view of topology. For other uses, see Differential geometry of surfaces, algebraic surface, and Surface (disambiguation). An open surface with X , Y , and Z contours shown. In mathematics,… … Wikipedia

**Differential geometry of surfaces** — Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1828 In mathematics, the differential geometry of surfaces deals with smooth surfaces with various additional structures, most often, a Riemannian metric. Surfaces have been extensively studied from various perspectives:… … Wikipedia

**Jupiter** — This article is about the planet. For other uses, see Jupiter (disambiguation). Jupiter … Wikipedia

**List of mathematics articles (D)** — NOTOC D D distribution D module D D Agostino s K squared test D Alembert Euler condition D Alembert operator D Alembert s formula D Alembert s paradox D Alembert s principle Dagger category Dagger compact category Dagger symmetric monoidal… … Wikipedia

**Attractor** — For other uses, see Attractor (disambiguation). Visual representation of a strange attractor An attractor is a set towards which a dynamical system evolves over time. That is, points that get close enough to the attractor remain close even if… … Wikipedia

**Molding (decorative)** — For other uses, see Molding (disambiguation). Cavetto molding and resulting shadow pattern Ovolo molding and resulting shadow pattern … Wikipedia