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In mathematics , a spiral is a curve which emanates from a point, moving farther away as it revolves around the point.

The first definition describes a planar curve, that extends in both of the perpendicular directions within its plane; the groove on one side of a record closely approximates a plane spiral (and it is by the finite width and depth of the groove, but not by the wider spacing between than within tracks, that it falls short of being a perfect example); note that successive loops differ in diameter. In another example, the "center lines" of the arms of a spiral galaxy trace logarithmic spirals .

In the side picture, the black curve at the bottom is an Archimedean spiral , while the green curve is a helix. The curve shown in red is a conic helix.

spiral 1551, from M.Fr. spiral, from M.L. spiralis "winding, coiling" (1255), from L. spira "coil," from Gk. speira "coil, twist, wreath," from PIE *sper- "to turn, twist." The verb is attested from 1834; the fig. sense is from 1922. The noun is first recorded 1656; U.S. football sense is from 1896. Spiral galaxy first attested 1913.

In mathematics , a spiral is a curve which emanates from a point, moving farther away as it revolves around the point.

The first definition describes a planar curve, that extends in both of the perpendicular directions within its plane; the groove on one side of a record closely approximates a plane spiral (and it is by the finite width and depth of the groove, but not by the wider spacing between than within tracks, that it falls short of being a perfect example); note that successive loops differ in diameter. In another example, the "center lines" of the arms of a spiral galaxy trace logarithmic spirals .

In the side picture, the black curve at the bottom is an Archimedean spiral , while the green curve is a helix. The curve shown in red is a conic helix.

In mathematics , a spiral is a curve which emanates from a point, moving farther away as it revolves around the point.

The first definition describes a planar curve, that extends in both of the perpendicular directions within its plane; the groove on one side of a record closely approximates a plane spiral (and it is by the finite width and depth of the groove, but not by the wider spacing between than within tracks, that it falls short of being a perfect example); note that successive loops differ in diameter. In another example, the "center lines" of the arms of a spiral galaxy trace logarithmic spirals .

In the side picture, the black curve at the bottom is an Archimedean spiral , while the green curve is a helix. The curve shown in red is a conic helix.

spiral 1551, from M.Fr. spiral, from M.L. spiralis "winding, coiling" (1255), from L. spira "coil," from Gk. speira "coil, twist, wreath," from PIE *sper- "to turn, twist." The verb is attested from 1834; the fig. sense is from 1922. The noun is first recorded 1656; U.S. football sense is from 1896. Spiral galaxy first attested 1913.

Spiral has a proven track record for delivering solutions which are easy to install, simple to maintain, reliable in use and scalable from single users through to global enterprises.

Spiral's solutions can grow with your company's needs. Whether you require desktop, web or automated access to data, there is an appropriate product to support your application. Since 1998, Spiral has spanned "crude oil knowledge management": from traditional implementations at laboratories through to oil major implementations spanning every area of the business, across upstream exploration, feedstock trading, strategy and operations.

Spiral is strongly committed to innovation and works closely with clients to ensure their solutions continue to grow and maintain their leading edge technology, providing revolutionary software that promotes transparency, encourages collaboration between business areas and lets companies make the best overall decisions.

Spiral is a villain from Marvel's X-Men comics who appears in X-Men: Children of the Atom and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes .

Spiral's real name is Rita Wayword, a.k.a 'Ricochet Rita', a professional stuntwoman who befriended Longshot when he first appeared on Earth. The story of how Rita became Spiral is a paradox: Rita was attacked by her evil, future self which led to her meeting Longshot and falling in love with him. When Longshot sought to return to his home dimension, the Mojoverse, the lovestruck Rita went with her boyfriend, only to watch Longshot fail and be captured alongside him by the dimension's evil overlord, Mojo. Longshot was promptly mind-wiped to forget all about Rita, while a much worse fate was left for Rita.

She also ran the "Body Shoppe", which sells alien cybernetic parts to amputees and others who see the power of cybernetic limbs. Lady Deathstrike and several members of the Reavers were some of her earlier clients though later writers have retconned Donald Pierce and not Spiral as the person responsible for their becoming cyborgs. She also was responsible for giving Psylocke cybernetic eyes, which doubled as cameras for Mojo to spy on the X-Men.

In mathematics , a spiral is a curve which emanates from a point, moving farther away as it revolves around the point.

The first definition describes a planar curve, that extends in both of the perpendicular directions within its plane; the groove on one side of a record closely approximates a plane spiral (and it is by the finite width and depth of the groove, but not by the wider spacing between than within tracks, that it falls short of being a perfect example); note that successive loops differ in diameter. In another example, the "center lines" of the arms of a spiral galaxy trace logarithmic spirals .

In the side picture, the black curve at the bottom is an Archimedean spiral , while the green curve is a helix. The curve shown in red is a conic helix.

spiral 1551, from M.Fr. spiral, from M.L. spiralis "winding, coiling" (1255), from L. spira "coil," from Gk. speira "coil, twist, wreath," from PIE *sper- "to turn, twist." The verb is attested from 1834; the fig. sense is from 1922. The noun is first recorded 1656; U.S. football sense is from 1896. Spiral galaxy first attested 1913.

Spiral has a proven track record for delivering solutions which are easy to install, simple to maintain, reliable in use and scalable from single users through to global enterprises.

Spiral's solutions can grow with your company's needs. Whether you require desktop, web or automated access to data, there is an appropriate product to support your application. Since 1998, Spiral has spanned "crude oil knowledge management": from traditional implementations at laboratories through to oil major implementations spanning every area of the business, across upstream exploration, feedstock trading, strategy and operations.

Spiral is strongly committed to innovation and works closely with clients to ensure their solutions continue to grow and maintain their leading edge technology, providing revolutionary software that promotes transparency, encourages collaboration between business areas and lets companies make the best overall decisions.

Spiral is a villain from Marvel's X-Men comics who appears in X-Men: Children of the Atom and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes .

Spiral's real name is Rita Wayword, a.k.a 'Ricochet Rita', a professional stuntwoman who befriended Longshot when he first appeared on Earth. The story of how Rita became Spiral is a paradox: Rita was attacked by her evil, future self which led to her meeting Longshot and falling in love with him. When Longshot sought to return to his home dimension, the Mojoverse, the lovestruck Rita went with her boyfriend, only to watch Longshot fail and be captured alongside him by the dimension's evil overlord, Mojo. Longshot was promptly mind-wiped to forget all about Rita, while a much worse fate was left for Rita.

She also ran the "Body Shoppe", which sells alien cybernetic parts to amputees and others who see the power of cybernetic limbs. Lady Deathstrike and several members of the Reavers were some of her earlier clients though later writers have retconned Donald Pierce and not Spiral as the person responsible for their becoming cyborgs. She also was responsible for giving Psylocke cybernetic eyes, which doubled as cameras for Mojo to spy on the X-Men.

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In mathematics , a spiral is a curve which emanates from a point, moving farther away as it revolves around the point.

The first definition describes a planar curve, that extends in both of the perpendicular directions within its plane; the groove on one side of a record closely approximates a plane spiral (and it is by the finite width and depth of the groove, but not by the wider spacing between than within tracks, that it falls short of being a perfect example); note that successive loops differ in diameter. In another example, the "center lines" of the arms of a spiral galaxy trace logarithmic spirals .

In the side picture, the black curve at the bottom is an Archimedean spiral , while the green curve is a helix. The curve shown in red is a conic helix.

spiral 1551, from M.Fr. spiral, from M.L. spiralis "winding, coiling" (1255), from L. spira "coil," from Gk. speira "coil, twist, wreath," from PIE *sper- "to turn, twist." The verb is attested from 1834; the fig. sense is from 1922. The noun is first recorded 1656; U.S. football sense is from 1896. Spiral galaxy first attested 1913.

Spiral has a proven track record for delivering solutions which are easy to install, simple to maintain, reliable in use and scalable from single users through to global enterprises.

Spiral's solutions can grow with your company's needs. Whether you require desktop, web or automated access to data, there is an appropriate product to support your application. Since 1998, Spiral has spanned "crude oil knowledge management": from traditional implementations at laboratories through to oil major implementations spanning every area of the business, across upstream exploration, feedstock trading, strategy and operations.

Spiral is strongly committed to innovation and works closely with clients to ensure their solutions continue to grow and maintain their leading edge technology, providing revolutionary software that promotes transparency, encourages collaboration between business areas and lets companies make the best overall decisions.


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