
Definition of Equiangular
1. Adjective. Having all angles equal.
Definition of Equiangular
1. a. Having equal angles; as, an equiangular figure; a square is equiangular.
Definition of Equiangular
1. Adjective. (geometry) Of a polygon, having all interior angles equal. This is not necessarily a regular polygon, since that would also be equilateral; a rectangle is equiangular but not equilateral, unless it is a square. ¹
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Definition of Equiangular
1. [adj]
Medical Definition of Equiangular
1.
Having equal angles; as, an equiangular figure; a square is equiangular. Equiangular spiral.
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Literary usage of Equiangular
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1. Graphical Statics: Two Treatises on the Graphical Calculus and Reciprocal by Luigi Cremona (1890)
"From this property this curve is called The equiangular Spiral f. 77. Since the
figures, which are made up of an equal number of successive elementary ..."
2. Newton's Principia, First Book, Sections I., II., III.: With Notes and by Isaac Newton, Percival Frost (1878)
"The equiangular spiral is a curve which cuts all the radii drawn from a ...
To find the length of an arc of an equiangular spiral contained between two ..."
3. The Elements of Euclid: Explain'd in a New, But Most Easie Method: Together by Euclid, ClaudeFrançois Milliet Dechales, William Halifax (1726)
"... three Lines is equal to an equiangular ... being equal to the Line A, HE equal
to B, and HI equal to C, is equal to the equiangular ..."
4. The Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin Messenger of Mathematics (1862)
"However, since this spiral has no linear parameter though it has an angular one,
all similar equiangular spirals are equal and capable of being superposed ..."
5. Elements of Geometry;: Containing the First Six Books of Euclid, with a by John Playfair (1804)
"... 6. therefore equiangular c, and the angle ABN equal to the angle GHO ; in the
fame manner, by joining NC, OE, it may be proved that the angles NBC, ..."
6. Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and by Colin MacFarquhar, George Gleig (1797)
"... the tri« angles KXG, PEG arc equiangular; therefore the! ... arc equiangular,
Wd is to SV as с ..."