Points

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Quadratrix
... circular cylinder a screw surface is then obtained by drawing lines from every point of this spiral perpendicular to its axis ... the generating line of the cylinder passing through the initial point of the spiral for its axis ... From every point of the curve of intersection, perpendiculars are drawn to the axis ...
Euler's Totient Function - Some Values of The Function
... The lower line, y ≈ 0.267n which connects the points for n = 30, 60, and 90 is misleading ... If the plot were continued, there would be points below it ... how gentle the slope of a line (through the origin) is, there will eventually be points of the plot below the line ...
Constructible Number - Geometric Definitions
... The geometric definition of a constructible point is as follows ... First, for any two distinct points P and Q in the plane, let L(P, Q ) denote the unique line through P and Q, and let C (P, Q ) denote the unique circle with center P, passing through Q ... Then a point Z is constructible from E, F, G and H if either Z is in the intersection of L(E, F ) and L(G, H ), where L(E, F ) ≠ L(G, H ) Z is in the intersection of C (E, F ) and C (G, H ...
Vaqueros De Bayamón - Rubén Rodríguez Performance
... Debuted in the league in 1969 and scored 11,549 points and 6,178 rebounds in 631 games ... Established various records in the league Points in a career - Rubén Rodríguez - 11,549 ... Points in a season - Rubén Rodríguez - 810 (1979) ...
Projective Plane
... A projective plane consists of a set of lines, a set of points, and a relation between points and lines called incidence, having the following properties Given ... Given any two distinct lines, there is exactly one point incident with both of them ... There are four points such that no line is incident with more than two of them ...

Famous quotes containing the word points:

    A bath and a tenderloin steak. Those are the high points of a man’s life.
    Curtis Siodmak (1902–1988)

    Mankind is not a circle with a single center but an ellipse with two focal points of which facts are one and ideas the other.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)

    If I were in the unenviable position of having to study my work my points of departure would be the “Naught is more real ...” and the “Ubi nihil vales ...” both already in Murphy and neither very rational.
    Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)