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real plane

[′rēl ‚plān]
(mathematics)
A plane whose points are assigned ordered pairs of real numbers for coordinates.
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Actually real planes are pretty flimsy - frighteningly so - when you start cutting into them.
It's scaled down [ for this production] - it's not the size of a real plane anymore but you probably can't tell that as it still looks huge.
Although the controls are not exactly the real thing, it is similar, giving kids the feel of how it is to fly a real plane.
2]) the real plane curve obtained by this net has only points of multiplicity at most 2.
We call N a totally real submanifold of M(c) if each tangent 2-plane of N is mapped into a totally real plane in M(c).
However, as I quickly discovered, the simulator's aircraft control column is ultra-sensitive, just as it is on a real plane, and when you realise you're out of position there's a tendency to over correct that makes matters worse.
Then I tell them to imagine they're on a real plane and take them through the noises, the procedures of the crew.
It really is just like a real plane and I can't believe I'm getting the chance to do this.
This definitely isn't a show for work-shy celebrities, we're taking on a real plane, with real passengers with real holidays to go on - it promises to be an amazing trip.
It's like riding a real plane, I felt like a pilot," said the Ibn Khuldoon National School pupil, who is attending the F1 with his brother Sahar, 11, and father Mahmood.
It wasn't a real plane, of course - just a flight demonstrator, with cockpit-like accoutrements and three large monitors recreating the skies over Las Vegas.