### Lexicographical Neighbors of Isogonals

### Literary usage of Isogonals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Elementary Synthetic Geometry* by George Bruce Halsted (1892)

"Any two straights symmetrical with regard to an angle-bisector are called **isogonals**
with reference to that angle. 633. If from two points, one on each of ..."**2.** *Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society* by Edinburgh Mathematical Society (1893)

"(3) If 0, H be **isogonals** with respect to ABC, the mid point of OH is equidistant
from the feet of the perpendiculars drawn from O, H to the sides of ABC. ..."**3.** *Terrestrial Magnetism* by Louis Agricola Bauer (1899)

"The discontinuous **isogonals** so obtained are called the district lines or sometimes
the district curves. The next step was to obtain a formula which should ..."**4.** *The Princeton Colloquium: Lectures on Mathematics, Delivered September 15 to* by Gilbert Ames Bliss, Edward Kasner (1913)

"The only families common to the two species are those formed by the **isogonals** of
an isothermal system, or, what is the same, by velocity systems generated ..."**5.** *Physical Geography, Or The Terraqueous Globe and Its Phenomena* by William Desborough Cooley (1876)

"The line of no dip is close to the line supposed to bisect and be at right angles
to the **isogonals**. They both receive the title of ..."**6.** *A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic* by John Casey (1893)

"For the radius DE± and the perpendicular from D on Bo are **isogonals** with respect
to the angle BJ)C. Hence the lines DE^ and EEl are ..."**7.** *Elementary Synthetic Geometry* by George Bruce Halsted (1892)

"Any two straights symmetrical with regard to an angle-bisector are called **isogonals**
with reference to that angle. 633. If from two points, one on each of ..."**8.** *Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society* by Edinburgh Mathematical Society (1893)

"(3) If 0, H be **isogonals** with respect to ABC, the mid point of OH is equidistant
from the feet of the perpendiculars drawn from O, H to the sides of ABC. ..."**9.** *Terrestrial Magnetism* by Louis Agricola Bauer (1899)

"The discontinuous **isogonals** so obtained are called the district lines or sometimes
the district curves. The next step was to obtain a formula which should ..."**10.** *The Princeton Colloquium: Lectures on Mathematics, Delivered September 15 to* by Gilbert Ames Bliss, Edward Kasner (1913)

"The only families common to the two species are those formed by the **isogonals** of
an isothermal system, or, what is the same, by velocity systems generated ..."**11.** *Physical Geography, Or The Terraqueous Globe and Its Phenomena* by William Desborough Cooley (1876)

"The line of no dip is close to the line supposed to bisect and be at right angles
to the **isogonals**. They both receive the title of ..."**12.** *A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic* by John Casey (1893)

"For the radius DE± and the perpendicular from D on Bo are **isogonals** with respect
to the angle BJ)C. Hence the lines DE^ and EEl are ..."