ⓘ Rules of thumb
 The English phrase rule of thumb refers to a principle with broad application that is not intended to be strictly accurate or reliable for every situation
 or y  axis, then the third or z  axis can point along either thumb Left  and right  hand rules arise when dealing with coordinate axes, rotation, spirals
 The Moscow rules are rules  of  thumb said to have been developed during the Cold War to be used by spies and others working in Moscow. The rules are associated
 The rule of twelfths is an approximation to a sine curve. It can be used as a rule of thumb for estimating a changing quantity where both the quantity
 Lipinski s rule of five also known as the Pfizer s rule of five or simply the rule of five RO5 is a rule of thumb to evaluate druglikeness or determine
 Rule of three may refer to: Rule of three C programming a rule of thumb about class method definitions Rule of three computer programming a rule
 called a thumb  a  war or thumb war using the thumbs to simulate fighting. The object of the game is to pin the opponent s thumb often to a count of three
 The Queuing Rule of Thumb is a mathematical formula, known as the queuing constraint equation when it is used to find an approximation of servers required
 In computer science, the five  minute rule is a rule of thumb for deciding whether a data item should be kept in memory, or stored on disk and read back
 The rule of three and rule of five are rules of thumb in C for the building of exception  safe code and for formalizing rules on resource management.
1 in 60 rule 
1: 5: 200 
18electron rule 
68–95–99.7 rule 
Amara's law 
Augustine's laws 
Baird's rule 
Carson bandwidth rule 
Claasen's law 
Fried's rule 
Dennard scaling 
Diagonal method 
Edholm's law 
Engelbart's law 
Eroom's law 
Estimated date of delivery 
Fiveminute rule 
Freedman–Diaconis rule 
Fried's rule 
Haitz's law 
Haldane's rule 
Heuristic argument 
Huckel's rule 
Hy's law 
I before E except after C 
Joy's law (computing) 
Lead room 
Lipinski's rule of five 
Looney 11 rule 
Markovnikov's rule 
Moore's law 
Moore's second law 
Octet rule 
Okun's law 
One in ten rule 
Orme's law 
Pareto principle 
Pie rule 
Redshift (theory) 
Righthand rule 
Rule of 72 
Rule of thirds 
Rule of thirds (diving) 
Rule of three (economics) 
Rule of twelfths 
Sturges' rule 
Sunny 16 rule 
Swanson's law 
Twosecond rule 
Wirth's law 
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