## American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ; Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge, Volume 5 |

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Thus, the intersections of a

other, will construct the biquadratic equations, or those of the fourth power,

because 2 × 2 = 4; and the intersections of the

of the ...

Thus, the intersections of a

**circle**with the conic sections, or of these with eachother, will construct the biquadratic equations, or those of the fourth power,

because 2 × 2 = 4; and the intersections of the

**circle**, or conic sections, with a lineof the ...

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Thus, the equation to the

absciss or part of that diameter, and y the ordinate at that point of the diameter;

the meaning being, that whatever absciss is denoted by r, then the square of its ...

Thus, the equation to the

**circle**is a r — ar' = y”, where a is its diameter, x anyabsciss or part of that diameter, and y the ordinate at that point of the diameter;

the meaning being, that whatever absciss is denoted by r, then the square of its ...

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EQUINOCTIAL, in astronomy, a great

are the poles of the world. It is so call. ed, because, whenever the sun comes to

this

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EQUINOCTIAL, in astronomy, a great

**circle**of the celestial globe, whose polesare the poles of the world. It is so call. ed, because, whenever the sun comes to

this

**circle**, the days and mights are equal all over the globe; being the same with...

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The part of the thread, MC, is called the radius of the evolute, or of the osculatory

B, falls in A, the radius of the evolute, M C, is equal to the arch, B C ; but if not, ...

The part of the thread, MC, is called the radius of the evolute, or of the osculatory

**circle**described on the centre, C, with the radius, M. C. Hence, 1. When the point,B, falls in A, the radius of the evolute, M C, is equal to the arch, B C ; but if not, ...

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ExceNtarc

it was supposed to describe about the ... Excentric

ExceNtarc

**circle**, in the Ptolemaic system, the very orbit of the planet itself, whichit was supposed to describe about the ... Excentric

**circle**, in the new astronomy, a**circle**described from the centre of the orbit of the planet, with half the axis as a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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