
Definition of Trilinear
1. a. Of, pertaining to, or included by, three lines; as, trilinear coördinates.
Definition of Trilinear
1. Adjective. having, or bounded by three lines ¹
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Definition of Trilinear
1. [adj]
Medical Definition of Trilinear
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Literary usage of Trilinear
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1. A Treatise on Conic Sections: Containing an Account of Some of the Most by George Salmon (1904)
"This ia obtained by forming the reciprocal of the trilinear equation of the ...
Given focus and three tangents the trilinear equation of the conic is This ..."
2. Higher Mathematics for Students of Chemistry and Physics: With Special by Joseph William Mellor (1902)
"trilinear Coordinates and Triangular Diagrams. Another method of representing
the position of a ... trilinear Coordinates. Such a diagram is some B«C03 ..."
3. A Treatise on the Higher Plane Curves: Intended as a Sequel to A Treatise on by George Salmon (1879)
"+ br) + c%=0 represents a point, viz. the point whose trilinear coordinates in
the corresponding system are (ar 6, c). And, generally, any homogeneous ..."
4. How to Make and Use Graphic Charts by Allan Cecil Haskell (1919)
"CHAPTER VII trilinear CHARTS The trilinear form of chart lends itself ... By means
of a trilinear chart computations can be made graphically without the ..."
5. A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic by John Casey (1893)
"Hence in trilinear coordinates the equation of BC is a = 0. ... In order to pass
from trilinear to Cartesian coordinates (a problem of frequent ..."
6. A Treatise on Surveying: Comprising the Theory and the Practice by William Mitchell Gillespie (1897)
"trilinear SURVEYING. 817. trilinear Surveying is founded on the fifth method of
determining the position of a point, by measuring the angles between three ..."