
Definition of Superposable
1. Adjective. Coinciding exactly when superimposed. "Identical triangles"
Definition of Superposable
1. a. Capable of being superposed, as one figure upon another.
Definition of Superposable
1. Adjective. (context: of two objects) Able to be superposed on each other in such a way as to coincide exactly ¹
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Definition of Superposable
1. [adj]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Superposable
Literary usage of Superposable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Elementary Treatise on Pure Geometry: With Numerous Examples by John Wellesley Russell (1893)
"subtend at two points in the plane of the paper superposable pencils. ... O4 o
A i Then the pencils subtended at U are superposable. ..."
2. An Elementary Treatise on Pure Geometry with Numerous Examples by John Wellesley Russell (1905)
"The pencils are clearly superposable and therefore homo graphic. Hence the locus
is a conic through the vertices of the pencils. ..."
3. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1851)
"But up to the present time in all those cases which I have examined, I have never
found the rotatory property to coexist with superposable ..."
4. Elements of Synthetic Solid Geometry by Nathan Fellowes Dupuis (1893)
"Two triangles may be congruent and yet not be superposable until one of them is
turned over in the plane. This operation, which is possible and allowable in ..."
5. Elements of Synthetic Solid Geometry by Nathan Fellowes Dupuis (1893)
"Two triangles may be congruent and yet not be superposable until one of them is
turned ... Then the triangles are directly superposable and the corners are ..."
6. Thermodynamics and Chemistry: A Nonmathematical Treatise for Chemists and by Pierre Maurice Marie Duhem (1903)
"A lift handed crystal is superposable upon the image of a righthanded crystal
... The symbol of the righthanded acid is not superposable upon itself in a ..."
7. Thermodynamics and Chemistry: A Nonmathematical Treatise for Chemists and by Pierre Maurice Marie Duhem (1903)
"A left handed crystal is superposable upon the image of a righthanded crys
... The symbol of the righthanded acid is not superposable upon itself in a ..."