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The definition of crunodal in the **dictionary** is *having or relating to a crunode.*

cathodal

kæˈθəʊd əl

conoidal

kəʊˈnɔɪd əl

cuspidal

ˈkʌspɪd əl

cuspidated

ˈkʌspɪd əl

cycloidal

saɪˈklɔɪd əl

daddle

ˈdæd əl

decapodal

dɪˈkæpəd əl

dendroidal

dɛnˈdrɔɪd əl

ellipsoidal

ɪlɪpˈsɔɪd əl

enodal

ɪˈnəʊd əl

epicycloidal

ˌɛpɪsaɪˈklɔɪd əl

extrapyramidal

ˌɛkstrəpɪrəˌmɪd əl

fissipedal

fɪˈsɪpɪd əl

crunch

crunch time

crunchable

cruncher

crunchie

crunchily

crunchiness

crunchings

crunchy

crunk

crunode

cruor

crupper

crura

crural

crus

crusade

crusader

crusading

crusado

acnodal

anodal

antinodal

antipodal

apodal

bimodal

cross-nodal

dianodal

feodal

intermodal

internodal

modal

multimodal

nodal

podal

subnodal

synodal

trinodal

tripodal

uropodal

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1

Geometry of Curves
3.2 A **crunodal** cubic Two branches of the **crunodal** cubic curve pass through the
origin, but in this case the tangents at the origin to the two branches are distinct.
The origin is a node. It is a double point at which the two branches have distinct ...

J.W. Rutter, **2000**

2

The History and Development of Nomography
If ∆ > 0 the curve is **crunodal**, if ∆ = 0 it is cuspidal and if ∆ < 0 it is acnodal. These
points can be illustrated with reference to three examples given in the section on
Clark's work. 3.5.1. **Crunodal** Form. f1f2f3 − 1 = 0 which produced the folium of ...

Harold Ainsley Evesham, **2011**

3

Pythagorean-Hodograph Curves: Algebra and Geometry Inseparable
A **crunodal** plane cubic in standard form has three remaining freedoms — the x
and y scales p and q, and the parameter value α of the x-axis intercept. Theorem
18.2 In standard form, the Pythagorean–hodograph cubics are all instances of
the ...

Rida T Farouki, **2008**

4

Canadian Mathematical Bulletin
__ _±_ _ Z2 1/3 2/3 It is an elementary but lengthy procedure to show that: (i) an
acnodal curve of the pencil/,=0 has at most four real inflexions, (ii) a **crunodal**
curve corresponding to a value of e such that — 4<e< — 16/9 has at least four
real ...

5

Japanese Journal of Mathematics
(10.14) K* = 4cota-K-2ai{l + cexp(ap*)Y/{l-eexp(ap*)}\ We have seen that the
locus of the poles of any double spiral having contact of at least the fourth order
with a given curve (M) at a point M is a **crunodal** bicircular quartic. Hence, if M
moves ...

6

On the forms of plane quartic curves ...
For the locus of equation (3) the non-divided **crunodal** tangents enter the
fundamental triangle, the abnodal do not. Typical projections are shown (Plate P,
Figs. 4', 4") for the two cases of non- divided **crunodal** and all abnodal tangents ...

Ruth Gentry, **1896**

7

The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley ...
The oval may unite itself with the infinite branch, or it may dwindle into a point,
and we have the **crunodal** and the acnodal forms respectively ; or if
simultaneously the oval dwindles into a point and unites itself to the infinite
branch, we have the ...

Arthur Cayley, **1896**

8

Annals of Mathematics
The **crunodal** and acnodal cubics. Since the Plucker numbers of these cubics are
the same, the number of in-and-circumscribed polygons is the same in either
case. Theorem III. The number of n-sides polygons in-and-circwnscribed to either
...

9

The Encyclopaedia Britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences ...
The oval may unite itself with the infinite branch, or it may dwindle into a point,
and we have the **crunodal** and the acnodal forms respectively; or if
simultaneously the oval dwindles into a point and unites itself to the infinit)
branch, we have the ...

Thomas Spencer Baynes, **1890**

10

The Encyclopaedia Britannica: latest edition. A dictionary ...
The oval may unite itself with the infinite branch, or it may dwindle into a point,
and we have the **crunodal** and the acnodal forms respectively ; or if
simultaneously the oval dwindles into a point and unites itself to the infinite
branch, we have the ...

Day Otis Kellogg, Thomas Spencer Baynes, William Robertson Smith, **1902**

REFERENCE

« EDUCALINGO. *Crunodal* [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/crunodal>. Jul 2019 ».