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Conic

Conic Con"ic, n. (Math.) A conic section.

Conic Con"ic, n. (Math.) A conic section.

Conic

Conic Con"ic, Conical Con"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. conique. See Cone.] 1. Having the form of, or resembling, a geometrical cone; round and tapering to a point, or gradually lessening in circumference; as, a conic or conical figure; a conical vessel. 2. Of or pertaining to a cone; as, conic sections. Conic section (Geom.), a curved line formed by the intersection of the surface of a right cone and a plane. The conic sections are the parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola. The right lines and the circle which result from certain positions of the plane are sometimes, though not generally included. Conic sections, that branch of geometry which treats of the parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola. Conical pendulum. See Pendulum. Conical projection, a method of delineating the surface of a sphere upon a plane surface as if projected upon the surface of a cone; -- much used by makers of maps in Europe. Conical surface (Geom.), a surface described by a right line moving along any curve and always passing through a fixed point that is not in the plane of that curve.

Conic Con"ic, Conical Con"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. conique. See Cone.] 1. Having the form of, or resembling, a geometrical cone; round and tapering to a point, or gradually lessening in circumference; as, a conic or conical figure; a conical vessel. 2. Of or pertaining to a cone; as, conic sections. Conic section (Geom.), a curved line formed by the intersection of the surface of a right cone and a plane. The conic sections are the parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola. The right lines and the circle which result from certain positions of the plane are sometimes, though not generally included. Conic sections, that branch of geometry which treats of the parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola. Conical pendulum. See Pendulum. Conical projection, a method of delineating the surface of a sphere upon a plane surface as if projected upon the surface of a cone; -- much used by makers of maps in Europe. Conical surface (Geom.), a surface described by a right line moving along any curve and always passing through a fixed point that is not in the plane of that curve.

- A conic section, conic or a quadratic curve is a curve obtained from a cone's surface intersecting a plane. The three types of conic section are the hyperbola...

- Conic Hill (from Gaelic "còinneach" meaning moss) is a prominent hill in Stirling, Scotland. It is on the east bank of Loch Lomond, beside the village...

- Conic optimization is a subfield of convex optimization that studies problems consisting of minimizing a convex function over the intersection of an affine...

- distances along all other parallels are stretched. Conic projections that are commonly used are: Equidistant conic, which keeps parallels evenly spaced along...

- 190 BC) was an ancient Gr**** geometer and astronomer known for his work on conic sections. Beginning from the earlier contributions of Euclid and Archimedes...

- image of a conic section is a conic section of the same type (ellipse, parabola,...), one gets: Any plane section of an elliptic cone is a conic section...

- The Albers equal-area conic projection, or Albers projection (named after Heinrich C. Albers), is a conic, equal area map projection that uses two standard...

- A Lambert conformal conic projection (LCC) is a conic map projection used for aeronautical charts, portions of the State Plane Coordinate System, and...

- In Euclidean geometry, a triangle conic is a conic in the plane of the reference triangle and ****ociated with it in some way. For example, the cir****circle...

- In geometry, a degenerate conic is a conic (a second-degree plane curve, defined by a polynomial equation of degree two) that fails to be an irreducible...

- Conic Hill (from Gaelic "còinneach" meaning moss) is a prominent hill in Stirling, Scotland. It is on the east bank of Loch Lomond, beside the village...

- Conic optimization is a subfield of convex optimization that studies problems consisting of minimizing a convex function over the intersection of an affine...

- distances along all other parallels are stretched. Conic projections that are commonly used are: Equidistant conic, which keeps parallels evenly spaced along...

- 190 BC) was an ancient Gr**** geometer and astronomer known for his work on conic sections. Beginning from the earlier contributions of Euclid and Archimedes...

- image of a conic section is a conic section of the same type (ellipse, parabola,...), one gets: Any plane section of an elliptic cone is a conic section...

- The Albers equal-area conic projection, or Albers projection (named after Heinrich C. Albers), is a conic, equal area map projection that uses two standard...

- A Lambert conformal conic projection (LCC) is a conic map projection used for aeronautical charts, portions of the State Plane Coordinate System, and...

- In Euclidean geometry, a triangle conic is a conic in the plane of the reference triangle and ****ociated with it in some way. For example, the cir****circle...

- In geometry, a degenerate conic is a conic (a second-degree plane curve, defined by a polynomial equation of degree two) that fails to be an irreducible...

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