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adnexal

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axal

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axel

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axle

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cacomixl

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cacomixle

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coxal

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fo´c´s´le

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forecastle

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megapixel

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paclitaxel

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paradoxal

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pixel

ˈpɪksəl

pyridoxal

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transaxle

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voxel

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Weichsel

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wraxle

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coatee

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affixal

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1

Geometry: A Comprehensive Course
The reason for this terminology will be clearer when we represent **coaxal** systems
by lines in space of three dimensions (§37.2). A special case of such systems is
afforded by the usual grid system X = k, Y = k'. One line of each of the families of ...

Dan Pedoe, **2013**

2

Circles: A Mathematical View
Further properties If we try to find the circles of the **coaxal** system a;2 + i/2 + 2Aa;
+ c= 0 which pass through P(x',y'), we see that A~ W ' that is, there is a unique
value of the parameter which determines the circle. Hence one circle of a **coaxal**
...

Dan Pedoe, **1995**

3

An Elementary Treatise on Modern Pure Geometry
If a straight line cut any two circles of a **coaxal** system in the points P, Q; P, Q' ;
respectively, and the radical axis in the point O, show that PP and QQ' will
subtend equal or supplementary angles at any point of the circle, whose centre is
O, ...

Robert Lachlan, **1893**

4

CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics, Second Edition Eric W. Weisstein, **2002**

5

College Geometry: An Introduction to the Modern Geometry of ...
Draw a circle tangent to a given line and belonging to a given **coaxal** pencil of
circles. . From the point of intersection M of the given line s with the radical axis r
of the pencil draw a tangent MT to any circle, say (A), of the pencil, and on s layoff
...

Nathan Altshiller-Court, **2012**

6

Chapters on the Modern Geometry of the Point, Line and Circle: 1
For **coaxal** systems in general, whatever be their species, it is evident, from 001's.
1°, 3°, 4°, 5°, Art. 182, that— 1°. The tangents, real or imaginary, to all the circles
of a **coaxal** system from any point on their radical axis are equal; and, ...

1863

7

Euclid's Elements of Geometry: Books I-IV, VI and XI Euclid, Charles Smith, Sophie Willock Bryant, **1901**

8

Chapters on the Modern Geometry of the Point, Line, and ...
For **coaxal** systems in general, whatever bo their species, it is evident, from Cors.
1°, 3°, 4", 5°, Art. 182, that — 1°. The tangents, real or imaginary, to all the circles
of a **coaxal** system from any point on their radical axis are equal ; and, ...

Richard Townsend, **1863**

9

Geometry
Definition A **coaxal** family of circles in the plane is a family of (generalized) circles
of one of the following types: 1. an Apollonian family, with particular point circles;
2. a family that intersect at one particular point; 3. a family that intersect at two ...

David A. Brannan, Matthew F. Esplen, Jeremy J. Gray, **2011**

10

modern geometry
Netsys HPNA/HCNA adapter review

Over the **coaxal** cable the HPNA protocol supports speeds of up to 200Mbps, so the 100Mbps fast Ethernet ports are in effect a bottleneck in the ... «Geekzone, May 12»

REFERENCE

« EDUCALINGO. *Coaxal* [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/coaxal>. Jun 2019 ».