base angle

base angle

[′bās ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
Either of the two angles of a triangle that have the base for a side.
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Although there is some controversy regarding what constitutes ideal posture of the pelvis in the sagittal plane, it is generally considered to be a position of anterior tilt such that the sacral base angle measures approximately 30 degrees.
As anterior pelvic tilt and therefore the sacral base angle increases, the lumbar spine must compensate by commensurately increasing its lordosis; similarly, if the sacral base angle decreases, the lumbar spine compensates by decreasing its lordosis (Figure 3).
Shappy believes that any bullet base angle that isn't 90 degree to the longitudinal axis can be inaccurate.
Tenders are invited for Proposal For The Work Of Preventive Maintenance, Repair And Replacement Of Bearing, Housing, Panels And Its Base Angle Of Support Of Sc-1 Screen At Bhojudih Coal Washery.
Plate Plateform Base Angle Size-40X 40 Mm Thickness 5 Mm Handling M.
I Conveyor 8A1/8B1 - Cutting and removal of existing worn out walk way grill- Fabrication, supply and erection of new walk way grill-Cutting and removal of existing worn out walk way grill base angles and supports-Fabrication and erection of new walk way grill base angles and supports- - Enamel painting of new structures in Conveyor 8A1/8B1.
The triangles AEB and FEB are clearly congruent, because they have two base angles and the included side BE equal in each.
To prove that base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal becomes the work of a moment.
The property that isosceles base angles are equal will fall out as a corollary.