Definition of Cissoids

1. Noun. (plural of cissoid) ¹



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Definition of Cissoids

1. cissoid [n] - See also: cissoid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cissoids

cispersons
cisplanckian
cisplatin
cisplatins
cisplatinum
cispontine
cissa
cissier
cissies
cissiest
cissoid
cissoidal
cissoids (current term)
cissus
cissuses
cissy
cist
cistactic
cistacticity
cisted
cistern
cistern of chiasm
cistern of cytoplasmic reticulum
cistern of great cerebral vein
cistern of great vein of cerebrum
cistern of lateral fossa of cerebrum
cistern of nuclear envelope

Literary usage of Cissoids

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1. A Course of Mathematics: For the Use of Academies as Well as Private Tuition by Charles Hutton, Robert Adrain (1831)
"But (he same equation will comprehend both branches of the curve ; because the square of — ?/, as well as that of + y, la positive. Cor. All cissoids are ..."

2. A Course of Mathematics: For the Use of Academies as Well as Private Tuition by Charles Hutton, Robert Adrain (1831)
"But 'the same equation will comprehend both branches of the curve ; because the square of— y, as well as that of + y, is positive. Cor. All cissoids are ..."

3. A Course of Mathematics: In Three Volumes : Composed for the Use of the by Charles Hutton (1811)
"All cissoids are similar figures; because the abscissas and ordinates of several cissoids will be in the same ratio, when either of them is in a given ratio ..."

4. A Course of Mathematics for the Use of Academies, as Well as Private Tuition by Charles Hutton (1822)
"PM3. Hence if the diameter AB = J, AP = x, PM=y ; the equation is x3=y (d —*). Cor. All cissoids are similar figures ; because the abscissa; and ordinates ..."

5. A Course in Mathematical Analysis by Édouard Goursat, Earle Raymond Hedrick (1917)
"... for example, the cissoids represented by the equation (y— 2<z)2(z — a) — za = 0. The straight line z = 0 is the locus of the cusps of these curves, ..."

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