consecutive sides

consecutive sides

[kən‚sek·yəd·iv ′sīdz]
(mathematics)
Two sides of a polygon that have a common angle.
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18 Consecutive sides have now left the Ricoh as beaten visitors since Saracens 26-16 win in December 2015 17 Christian Wade equalled Dominic Chapman's 20-year-old Premiership try-scoring record, while Wasps also topped the way for ganes won.
2], then the figure having consecutive sides aC, cB, bC, cA is a Cylic quadrilateral called Brahmagupta trapezium with rational areas and diagonals while the diagonals are perpendicular to each other (Eves, 1976).
The joining radius between two consecutive sides of a regular polygon, are strongly influenced by the angle between the sides, thus by the rigidity of the blank material.