Degree
Degree (from Latin gradus , step, step ') stands for:
- degree , an academic dignity
- Rank , a military rank
- Degree (Freemasonry) , a hierarchical level in Freemasonry
- 9K51 degrees , the GRAU index of the BM-21 , a multiple rocket launcher system of the Soviet Union
- Classification, e.g. B. a property , quality , effect or disease
Units:
- the height of the spine, see book format
- Engler degree , an obsolete unit for measuring viscosity in engineering
- the film speed in photography (° DIN), see film speed
- Degree (temperature) was the permitted term for temperature differences in Germany until the end of 1974
- Degree (angle) , the degree is the traditional unit of measurement for the magnitude of a plane angle
- Degree Baumé , the density, out of date
- Degrees Celsius , the temperature according to Celsius (° C), the commonly used scale today
- Degree of German hardness , the water hardness (° dH)
- Fahrenheit degrees , the Fahrenheit (° F) temperature common in America
- Degree of French hardness , the water hardness (° fH)
- Degrees Kelvin , until 1967 the unit name, the unit symbol was (° K)
- Grad Oechsle , the must weight, out of date
- Degree Plato , the original wort content of beer
- Degrees Réaumur , the temperature according to Réaumur (° R), out of date
- Degree Rankine , the temperature according to Rankine (° Rankine), out of date
- Graticule , serves to clearly define points on a surface of revolution (e.g. sphere or ellipsoid)
- Grads , outdated designation for an auxiliary unit of measurement for specifying the angular width of plane angles
- Font size , the font size measured in points
- Degree of kinship , the degree of kinship between two people
in mathematics and physics :
- Degree (polynomial) , the exponent of the leading coefficient of a polynomial or polynomial equation
- Degree (graph theory) , the number of neighbors of a node, also valence
- Degree (variety) , the number of intersections with hyperplanes in a general location
- Degree (vector bundle) , an integer invariant on an algebraic curve or a higher-dimensional variety, deg V
- the number of points on a straight line or the number of straight lines through a point, see incidence structure # degrees
- the vector space dimension of an extension, see body extension - degree of extension
- the vector space dimension of a linear representation, see representation of a group
- the number of basic sizes in a size system, see physical size # size and unit systems
- Gradient (mathematics) , an operator of vector analysis, grad x or ∇ x ("Nabla")
Degree is the name of:
People:
- Aleksander Grad (* 1962), Polish politician
- Charles Grad (1842–1890), Alsatian politician
- Dagmara Grad (* 1990), Polish soccer player
- Geneviève Grad (* 1944), French actress and singer
- Harold Grad (1923–1986), American mathematician and physicist
- Lucija Grad (* 1983), Slovenian soccer player
- Manca Grad (* 1987), Slovenian soccer player
- Max Grad (1863–1927), German writer
- The Grad family, owners of the Transdanubia haulage company
Places :
- Grad (Dötlingen) , part of the municipality Dötlingen in the district of Oldenburg in Lower Saxony
- Grąd (Brojce) , German Grandhof , living space in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland
- Grad (Goričko) , municipality and village in Goričko, the hilly part of the historical Prekmurje region in Slovenia
- Degree (place name) , common component and root of settlement names
-grad stands for:
- -grad , the ratio of a given value to a certain size, see size of the dimension number # designation
See also:
Wiktionary: Degree - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations
Wiktionary: grad - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations