Definition of Acnodes

1. Noun. (plural of acnode) ¹



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Definition of Acnodes

1. acnode [n] - See also: acnode

Lexicographical Neighbors of Acnodes

acne urticata
acne varioliformis
acne venenata
acne vulgaris
acned
acneform
acneform syphilid
acnegenic
acneiform
acneiform eruptions
acnes
acnestis
acnodal
acnode
acnodes (current term)
acock
acockbill
acoel
acoelomate
acoelomates
acoelous
acoels
acoemeti
acognitive
acokanthera
acolasia
acold
acollinear
acollinearity

Literary usage of Acnodes

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

1. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1908)
"Hence there cannot be more than two real acnodes. We therefore have the theorem — If a pencil of cubics have nine real points common, it cannot include more ..."

2. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1871)
"The last-mentioned line у — x = 0 meets the curve in the point (-4, 1,1 or 1 2, -- , -- ], which is one of the acnodes, and therefore a point of twofold ..."

3. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1878)
"Now it has been shown that, when e2 < £, all the cusps are imaginary, and that there are two acnodes on the axis of x at distances ± 2eb, and no other real ..."

4. The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley by Arthur Cayley (1892)
"... t, for x, у, г, we find the nodes the first and second of these are acnodes, or the curve has a pair of imaginan acnodes ; the third is a ..."

5. Catalogue of the Special Loan Collection of Scientific Apparatus at the by South Kensington Museum (1876)
"... which (as the position of the plane is varied) pass successive!? through the forms : 1. Four acnodes. 2. ... with three acnodes. 3. ..."

6. Mathematical Questions and Solutions, from the "Educational Times": With by W. J. C. Miller (1878)
"Now it has been shown that, when c2 < J, all the cusps are imaginary, and that there are two acnodes on the axis of л at distances ± 2eb, and no other real ..."

7. On the Forms of Unicursal Quintic Curves by Peter Field (1904)
"Then the whole curve must lie in a (and a'), with the exception of possible acnodes. For, in order that a point shall be on the curve, a$2 must be equal to ..."

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