Definition of Isogonals

1. isogonal [n] - See also: isogonal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isogonals

isogeotherm
isogeotherms
isogloss
isoglossal
isoglosses
isoglossic
isoglucose
isoglucoses
isoglutamine
isognathous
isognomonid
isognomonids
isogon
isogonal
isogonal line
isogonals (current term)
isogone
isogones
isogonic
isogonic line
isogonics
isogonies
isogons
isogony
isograd
isograds
isograft
isografted
isografting

Literary usage of Isogonals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Elementary Synthetic Geometry by George Bruce Halsted (1892)
"Any two straights symmetrical with regard to an angle-bisector are called isogonals with reference to that angle. 633. If from two points, one on each of ..."

2. Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society by Edinburgh Mathematical Society (1893)
"(3) If 0, H be isogonals with respect to ABC, the mid point of OH is equidistant from the feet of the perpendiculars drawn from O, H to the sides of ABC. ..."

3. Terrestrial Magnetism by Louis Agricola Bauer (1899)
"The discontinuous isogonals so obtained are called the district lines or sometimes the district curves. The next step was to obtain a formula which should ..."

4. The Princeton Colloquium: Lectures on Mathematics, Delivered September 15 to by Gilbert Ames Bliss, Edward Kasner (1913)
"The only families common to the two species are those formed by the isogonals of an isothermal system, or, what is the same, by velocity systems generated ..."

5. Physical Geography, Or The Terraqueous Globe and Its Phenomena by William Desborough Cooley (1876)
"The line of no dip is close to the line supposed to bisect and be at right angles to the isogonals. They both receive the title of ..."

6. A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic by John Casey (1893)
"For the radius DE± and the perpendicular from D on Bo are isogonals with respect to the angle BJ)C. Hence the lines DE^ and EEl are ..."

7. Elementary Synthetic Geometry by George Bruce Halsted (1892)
"Any two straights symmetrical with regard to an angle-bisector are called isogonals with reference to that angle. 633. If from two points, one on each of ..."

8. Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society by Edinburgh Mathematical Society (1893)
"(3) If 0, H be isogonals with respect to ABC, the mid point of OH is equidistant from the feet of the perpendiculars drawn from O, H to the sides of ABC. ..."

9. Terrestrial Magnetism by Louis Agricola Bauer (1899)
"The discontinuous isogonals so obtained are called the district lines or sometimes the district curves. The next step was to obtain a formula which should ..."

10. The Princeton Colloquium: Lectures on Mathematics, Delivered September 15 to by Gilbert Ames Bliss, Edward Kasner (1913)
"The only families common to the two species are those formed by the isogonals of an isothermal system, or, what is the same, by velocity systems generated ..."

11. Physical Geography, Or The Terraqueous Globe and Its Phenomena by William Desborough Cooley (1876)
"The line of no dip is close to the line supposed to bisect and be at right angles to the isogonals. They both receive the title of ..."

12. A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic by John Casey (1893)
"For the radius DE± and the perpendicular from D on Bo are isogonals with respect to the angle BJ)C. Hence the lines DE^ and EEl are ..."

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