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Acnode

Acnode Ac"node, n. [L. acus needle + E. node.] (Geom.) An isolated point not upon a curve, but whose co["o]rdinates satisfy the equation of the curve so that it is considered as belonging to the curve.

Acnode Ac"node, n. [L. acus needle + E. node.] (Geom.) An isolated point not upon a curve, but whose co["o]rdinates satisfy the equation of the curve so that it is considered as belonging to the curve.

- An acnode is an isolated point in the solution set of a polynomial equation in two real variables. Equivalent terms are "isolated point or hermit point"...

- real solutions for m, that is if c0c2−c12>0, then the origin is called an acnode. In the real plane the origin is an isolated point on the curve; however...

- have both positive and negative eigenvalues. Singular point of a curve Acnode Cusp Tacnode Saddle point Weisstein, Eric W. "Crunode". Mathworld. Retrieved...

- (x-1)(x^{2}+y^{2})=ax^{2}\,} except that for a=0 the implicit form has an acnode (0,0) not present in polar form. They are rational, circular, cubic plane...

- {\displaystyle F} , and therefore F {\displaystyle F} has uncountable closure. Acnode Adherent point Limit point Gomez-Ramirez 2007, p.146-147 harvnb error: no...

- See also curve, list of curves, and list of differential geometry topics. Acnode Algebraic curve Arc Asymptote Asymptotic curve Barbier's theorem Bézier...

- the Cartesian equation given above, so the graph of this equation has an acnode or isolated point. When b > 2 a {\displaystyle b>2a} , the area bounded...

- nothing annihilate, annihilation, annihilator, nihil, nil nodus nod- knot acnode, crunode, denouement, internodal, internode, nodal, node, nodose, nodosity...

- "remarkable points", and possibly a finite number of isolated points called acnodes. A smooth monotone arc is the graph of a smooth function which is defined...

- (x,y) → (x, iy) gives the required diffeomorphism of the normal forms. Acnode Cusp or Spinode Crunode Schwartzman, Steven (1994), The Words of Mathematics:...

- real solutions for m, that is if c0c2−c12>0, then the origin is called an acnode. In the real plane the origin is an isolated point on the curve; however...

- have both positive and negative eigenvalues. Singular point of a curve Acnode Cusp Tacnode Saddle point Weisstein, Eric W. "Crunode". Mathworld. Retrieved...

- (x-1)(x^{2}+y^{2})=ax^{2}\,} except that for a=0 the implicit form has an acnode (0,0) not present in polar form. They are rational, circular, cubic plane...

- {\displaystyle F} , and therefore F {\displaystyle F} has uncountable closure. Acnode Adherent point Limit point Gomez-Ramirez 2007, p.146-147 harvnb error: no...

- See also curve, list of curves, and list of differential geometry topics. Acnode Algebraic curve Arc Asymptote Asymptotic curve Barbier's theorem Bézier...

- the Cartesian equation given above, so the graph of this equation has an acnode or isolated point. When b > 2 a {\displaystyle b>2a} , the area bounded...

- nothing annihilate, annihilation, annihilator, nihil, nil nodus nod- knot acnode, crunode, denouement, internodal, internode, nodal, node, nodose, nodosity...

- "remarkable points", and possibly a finite number of isolated points called acnodes. A smooth monotone arc is the graph of a smooth function which is defined...

- (x,y) → (x, iy) gives the required diffeomorphism of the normal forms. Acnode Cusp or Spinode Crunode Schwartzman, Steven (1994), The Words of Mathematics:...

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