Definition of Trihedrals
1. trihedral [n] - See also: trihedral
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trihedrals
Literary usage of Trihedrals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cyclopædia;: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature.by Abraham Rees by Abraham Rees (1819)
"... of oblique trihedrals. PROBLEM I. Make the angle EBH (Plaie I. Stereography, fg. I.) equal to one of the given fides, and the angle EBF equal to the ..."
2. Elements of Geometry and the First Principles of Modern Geometry by Wm. H. H. Phillips, Theodore Preston Hill (1878)
"If two trihedrals have two face angles of the one equal to two face angles of the other, each to each, and the included dihedrals equal, ..."
3. Solid Geometry by Herbert Edwin Hawkes, William Arthur Luby, Frank Charles Touton (1922)
"If the face angles of two trihedrals are equal each to each and are arranged in the same order, the trihedrals are congruent. 165. ..."
4. Key to Milne's Plane and Solid Geometry by William James Milne (1899)
"Two trihedrals are equal or symmetrical, if two dihedrals and the included face ... If the corresponding parts are in the same order in the two trihedrals, ..."
5. Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry by William Fogg Osgood, William Caspar Graustein (1921)
"That is, two directed trihedrals are similar, ... Consequently, the directed trihedrals representing the infinitely many sets of direction components of L ..."
6. Vector Calculus: With Applications to Physics by James Byrnie Shaw (1922)
"The vanishing of the scalar invariants of <p leads to some interesting theorems. If mi = 0, there is an infinite set of trihedrals which are transformed by ..."
7. Plane and Solid Geometry by George Clinton Shutts (1913)
"Compare the face angles of the subtended trihedrals which are measured by AB ... Put the two trihedrals in coincidence and compare the spherical triangles. ..."