Definition of Convexes
1. convex [n] - See also: convex
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Convexes
Literary usage of Convexes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rendiconti del Circolo matematico di Palermo by Circolo matematico di Palermo (1894)
"27 A1 ' y' étant le plus grand cube parfait contenu dans p — i. Si le domaine D n'est pas convexe, on pourra toujours le décomposer en m solides convexes; ..."
2. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1831)
"In the case of a triple object-glass we see one concave capable of reducing two; convexes to a state of complete subjection,—Why should not two concaves ..."
3. A Text-book of medical physics: For the Use of Students and Practitioners of by John Christopher Draper (1885)
"Such objectives consist of two flint-concaves and four crown-convexes. In more recent combinations, the chromatic correction is made "entirely in the middle ..."
4. The Optical defects of the eye, and their consequences, asthenopia and by John Zachariah Laurence (1865)
"I found he required 5-inch convexes to read No. 22 at distance ; but after the eyes had been subjected to atropine for an hour he required 3|-inch convexes, ..."