negative angle


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negative angle

[′neg·əd·iv ′aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
The angle subtended by moving a ray in the clockwise direction.
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Your ruler Mars can be affected by the swirling mists from Neptune when this planet is in a more negative angle - as it is now.
The negative angle is that there is rain forecast and we do not want too much of it to fall.
by angle [psi] in the context of SR and system (29) indicates that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are rotated by equal negative angle -[psi] relative to [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] respectively.
The recent statement by presidential spokesman on the issue of Kerry-Lugar bill was exploited by a section of the media out of proportion with a negative angle.
But he urged that the financial crises not be seen from a totally negative angle.
Metamaterials reflect light to the left, or at a negative angle so they can manipulate light similarly to the ways semiconductors control electricity.
Developed by researchers at Ames Laboratory, Iowa, the new material makes it possible to refract visible light to the left, or at a negative angle.
Yes, we must admit that some segments of the media are pushing the negative angle of stories too far and too often,'' she said.
My players also seemed to get a lift from getting to play against one of his teams and I was upset to receive phone calls from people looking to dig dirt and get a negative angle on the game.
Victoria and her fellow presenters were also lavish with their praise, granted, but this was a case of indecent haste when it came to finding a negative angle - even for the Beeb.
The offset is set as a positive or negative angle between the master rotor and the slave rotor.