Definition of Circumcircles

1. Noun. (plural of circumcircle) ¹



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Definition of Circumcircles

1. circumcircle [n] - See also: circumcircle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Circumcircles

circumarticular
circumaural
circumaxillary
circumbendibus
circumbendibuses
circumbinary
circumboreal
circumbulbar
circumburst
circumcenter
circumcenters
circumcentre
circumcentres
circumcinct
circumcircle
circumcircles (current term)
circumciser
circumcisers
circumcises
circumcising
circumcisions
circumcisor
circumcisors
circumcize
circumcized
circumcizes
circumcizing

Literary usage of Circumcircles

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1. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1893)
"... (2) the centres of the circumcircles of both triangles are identical; and (3) the radii of the circumcircles differ by i radius of the incircle. ..."

2. A Treatise on Spherical Trigonometry: With Applications to Spherical by William John McClelland, Thomas Preston (1893)
"[Since tan ri tan r2 = sin » sin (s - e), and tan r tan ri = sin (s - 4) sin (» - c), therefore, &c.] SECTION II. The circumcircles. 81. ..."

3. A Treatise on Spherical Trigonometry: And Its Application to Geodesy and by John Casey (1889)
"circumcircles. 75. To find the circumradius of a spherical triangle ABC. Sol.—Bisect the arcs BC, CA at J0, E, and let 0 be the intersection of ..."

4. An Elementary Treatise on Modern Pure Geometry by Robert Lachlan (1893)
"Then, if P, Q, R be the positive points of the pairs of points in which the reciprocal circles intersect, it is easy to see that the circumcircles PQR, ..."

5. A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic by John Casey (1893)
"Hence their symetriques tha circumcircles of the triangles BCI'a, CAI\, ABI',. pass through a common point R, ..."

6. The Syzygetic Pencil of Cubics with a New Geometrical Development of Its by Charles Clayton Grove (1907)
"The radius of its circumcircle is The radii of the four circumcircles are seen to form the proportion, (24) a ¡(at3-l)(a — l3)_(. . :Г^? ..."

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