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### Definition of Subnormals

**1.** subnormal [n] - See also: subnormal

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### Literary usage of Subnormals

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**1.** *The Development of Intelligence in Children: (the Binet-Simon Scale)* by Alfred Binet (1916)

"... INTELLECTUAL LEVEL OF **subnormals** L'Année Psychologique, 1905, Vol. XII, pp.
191-244 Before explaining these methods let us recall exactly the conditions ..."**2.** *Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry: An Elementary Textbook* by Charles Hamilton Ashton (1900)

"... and **subnormals**. —» The projections on the Jf-axis of those parts of the tangent
and normal included between the point of contact and the . ..."**3.** *An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus Founded on the Method of* by John Minot Rice, William Woolsey Johnson (1880)

"... and **subnormals**. (64. Denoting by j the length of the arc measured from some
fixed point, -r denotes the velocity of P, the generating point of the curve ..."**4.** *An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus Founded on the Method of* by John Minot Rice, William Woolsey Johnson (1888)

"... and **subnormals**.. Denoting by s the length of the arc measured from some fixed
point, -,- denotes the velocity of P, the generating point of the curve ..."**5.** *First Principles of the Differential and Integral Calculus, Or, The* by Etienne Bézout (1824)

"... Tangents, **subnormals**, fyc. of Curved Lines. •f jg. l. 29. To draw a tangent
to any curve line AM (fig. 1), we conceive this curve to be a polygon of an ..."**6.** *Brief Course in Analytic Geometry* by John Henry Tanner, Joseph Allen (1911)

"... and **subnormals**. The tangent and normal lines of any curve extend indefinitely
in both directions; it is, however, convenient to consider as the length ..."**7.** *Brief Course in Analytic Geometry* by John Henry Tanner, Joseph Allen (1911)

"... and **subnormals**. The tangent and normal lines of any curve extend indefinitely
in both directions; it is, however, convenient to consider as ..."