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The definition of symptotic in the **dictionary** is *relating to symptosis.*

amitotic

ˌæmɪˈtɒtɪk

antimitotic

ˌæntɪmaɪˈtɒtɪk

apoptotic

ˌæpəpˈtɒtɪk

aptotic

æpˈtɒtɪk

asymptotic

ˌæsɪmˈtɒtɪk

endocytotic

ˌendəʊsaɪˈtɒtɪk

endomitotic

ˌɛndəʊmaɪˈtɒtɪk

enphytotic

ˌɛnfaɪˈtɒtɪk

epiphytotic

ˌɛpɪfaɪˈtɒtɪk

exocytotic

ˌɛksəʊsaɪˈtɒtɪk

hyperkeratotic

ˌhaɪpəˌkɛrəˈtɒtɪk

keratotic

ˌkɛrəˈtɒtɪk

ketotic

ˌkiːˈtɒtɪk

leucocytotic

ˌluːkəʊsaɪˈtɒtɪk

litotic

laɪˈtɒtɪk

lymphocytotic

ˌlɪmfəʊsaɪˈtɒtɪk

mitotic

maɪˈtɒtɪk

phagocytotic

ˌfæɡəsaɪˈtɒtɪk

pinocytotic

ˌpaɪnəʊsaɪˈtɒtɪk

ptotic

ˈtɒtɪk

sympodially

sympodium

symposia

symposiac

symposial

symposiarch

symposiast

symposium

symptom

symptomatic

symptomatically

symptomatise

symptomatize

symptomatologic

symptomatology

symptomless

symptomological

symptomology

symptosis

syn

antibiotic

athetotic

biotic

chaotic

entotic

erotic

eukaryotic

exotic

halitotic

hyperostotic

hypnotic

intermitotic

narcotic

orthotic

osmotic

otic

patriotic

psychotic

robotic

Thanatotic

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1

The Cambridge and Dublin mathematical journal
... hence, calling these planes (as M. Chasles has done) the **symptotic** planes of
the two surfaces, we have the following theorem : Let two surfaces of the second
degree have double contact ; when their **symptotic** planes are real, the rectangle
...

1854

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The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal
... hence, calling these planes gas M. O-hasles has done) the **symptotic** planes of
the two surfaces, we have the following theorem : Let two surfaces of the second
degree have double contact; when their **symptotic** planes are real, the rectangle ...

William Whewell, **1854**

3

Large Sample Methods in Statistics: An Introduction with ...
This text bridges the gap between sound theoretcial developments and practical, fruitful methodology by providing solid justification for standard symptotic statistical methods.

Pranab K. Sen, Julio M. Singer, **1994**

4

Functional Data Analysis James Ramsay, B. W. Silverman, **2006**

5

Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society Annual ... American Ophthalmological Society, **1866**

6

The Universal Book of Mathematics: From Abracadabra to ...
Proclus writes about both asymptotic lines and **symptotic** lines (those that do
cross). Nowadays, “**symptotic**” is almost never heard, and “asymptote” is used
mainly to denote lines that serve as a limiting barrier for some curve as one of its
...

David Darling, **2004**

7

Advances in Mathematical Sciences--CRM's 25 Years
III. Une justification du modele de Koiter, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris Ser. I Math. 319 (
1994), 299-304. 19. On the ellipticity of linear membrane shell equations, Arch.
Rational Mech. Anal.. to appear. 20. **Symptotic** analysis of linearly elastic shells.
III.

Luc Vinet, **1997**

8

Proceedings of the seventh conference on probability theory: ...
Albers, W. , A **symptotic** expansions for the power of adaptive rank tests in the
one-sample problem. In: Statistique non Parametrique A symptotique. Lecture
Notes in Math., Vol. 821, pp. 108-158, Berlin- Heidelberg- New York, Springer,
1980.

Marius Iosifescu, Tiberiu Postelnicu, Serban Grigorescu, **1985**

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Asymptotic Methods for Relaxation Oscillations and Applications
This book is intended for graduate students and researchers interested in the modelling of periodic phenomena in physics and biology and will provide a second knowledge of the application of the theory of nonlinear oscillations to a ...

Johan Grasman, **1987**

10

Ferraris' dioptric instruments: Being an elementary ...
If the system consists of a single refracting surface, its vertex is the one and its
centre of curvature the other **symptotic** point. If in addition the two focal lengths
are equal, so that the system is an infinitely thin lens, the two **symptotic** points ...

Galileo Ferraris, Carl Friedrich Gauss, **1919**

REFERENCE

« EDUCALINGO. *Symptotic* [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/symptotic>. Jul 2020 ».