Definition of Diedrals
1. diedral [n] - See also: diedral
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Literary usage of Diedrals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Special Or Elementary Geometry by Edward Olney (1882)
"The opening between the planes is the angle, in each case. OF diedrals. -/'.'•/. ... Opposite diedrals are equal. Thus, if C-AB-D is measured by WON, ..."
2. Elementary Geometry: Including Plane, Solid, and Spherical Geometry, with by Edward Olney (1883)
"Two diedrals are said to be Supplementary, when their measures are supplementary. Of course the magnitude of a solid angle is independent of the distances ..."
3. Elements of Geometry, After Legendre, with a Selection of Geometrical by Charles Scott Venable, Adrien Marie Legendre (1881)
"The plane angles or faces ASB, BSC, CSD, DSA, and the diedrals ASBC, BSCD, BASD, ASDC, which the faces make with each other, are called the parts of the ..."
4. Elements of Geometry by George Cunningham Edwards (1895)
"Hence from the theorem, the diedrals J-HI-K and J-Kl-H are equal. 2. ... Show that the facial angles and the diedrals of a ..."
5. Elements of Geometry by George Cunningham Edwards (1895)
"Hence from the theorem, the diedrals J-HI-K and J-KI-H are equal. 2. ... Show that the facial angles and the diedrals of a ..."
6. The Elements of Plane Trigonometry by Pitt Durfee (1900)
"The sum of the three interior diedrals lies between two right angles and six right angles. 3. Each face angle is less than the sum of the other two face ..."
7. A Drill-book in Trigonometry by George William Jones, James Edward Oliver (1896)
"(b) Given the three diedrals, a, ft, y : Construct the polar ... (d) Given a face angle and the two adjacent diedrals, b,y, a : Construct the polar ..."