What is another word for ternion?
[ tˈɜːni͡ən], [ tˈɜːniən], [ t_ˈɜː_n_iə_n]
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Synonyms for Ternion:
n.• deuce-ace (noun)
- set of three,
Other synonyms:• III
How to use "Ternion" in context?
What is ternion?
Ternion is the proportional relationship between the mass and the velocity of an object. It is defined as the ratio of the change in momentum, or mass, over the change in distance, or time. It has a numeric value of 1.6240.
Ternion is important because it affects how an object behaves as it moves. Understanding ternion can help us understand how projectiles fly, how projectiles are launched and how rockets work.
Ternion is also important in the world of dynamics.
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