
Definition of Secondary diagonal
1. Noun. The diagonal of a square matrix running from the lower left entry to the upper right entry.
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Literary usage of Secondary diagonal
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1. The Theory of Structures by Charles Milton Spofford (1915)
"... occurring in the secondary diagonal stresses. In order to study the stress in
one of these diagonals, consider the portion of such a truss shown in Fig. ..."
2. The Theory of Structures by Charles Milton Spofford (1911)
"... occurring in the secondary diagonal stresses. In order to study the stress in
one of these diagonals, consider the portion of such a truss shown in Fig. ..."
3. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society by American Mathematical Society (1919)
"Among the substitutions which transform TI into itself there are 2e+1 • eI
substitutions which also transform the secondary diagonal term of D into itself, ..."
4. Advanced Algebra for Colleges and Schools by William James Milne (1902)
"whose elements lie on the diagonals, are called the principal diagonal and the
secondary diagonal, respectively. In a determinant of the third order the ..."
5. Determinants by Laenas Gifford Weld (1896)
"In determinants of what orders is the term containing the elements on the secondary
diagonal (called the secondary term) positive ? Prob. 9. ..."
6. Higher Mathematics: A Textbook for Classical and Engineering Colleges by Mansfield Merriman, Robert Simpson Woodward (1896)
"In determinants of what orders is the term containing the elements on the secondary
diagonal (called the secondary term) positive ? Prob. 9. ..."
7. Algebraic Analysis: Solutions and Exercises, Illustrating the Fundamental by George Albert Wentworth, James Alexander McLellan, John Cadenhead Glashan (1889)
"Thus, in the determinant given above, the principal diagonal elements are a + b,
с \ d, e +/, and those of the secondary diagonal are b, с f d, e. ..."