'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet
For the damaged version, see 'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet (damaged).
|'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet|
|Release||30 March 2020 (Update)|
|Destroy||You will have to find another through Archaeology.|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|A fully restored tablet of equations.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
|Chronotes[art 1]||988 (395)|
|Description||Markings on this stone tablet depict some fundamentals of mathematics, in particular geometry, algebra and references to something called the 'golden ratio'.|
Creation[edit | edit source]
|29,666.7 XP||-||10 (6s) / 8 (4.8s) [recipe 1]||-|
|Must be performed at an archaeologist's workbench|
|'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet (damaged)||1||N/A||-|
Disassembly[edit | edit source]
|Disassembly category||Ornament artefacts|
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||0.0%|
|4 × Timeworn components||1/2|
|4 × Vintage components||1/2|
Update history[edit | edit source]
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Εὐδοξία (Eudoxia) is a feminine name from Ancient Greek, meaning "good deeds". The adjectival form, Eudoxian, means of or pertaining to Eudoxia, or pertaining to good deeds.
- This artefact is a reference to Euclid's Elements, an Ancient Greek text on geometry.
- The golden ratio φ is the constant approximately 1.618, which appears throughout mathematics, science, and art. Given a length, if this length is scaled by the golden ratio, the ratio between the two lengths will be the same as the ratio between their sum and the scaled length.