second quadrant

second quadrant

[′sek·ənd ′kwä·drənt]
(mathematics)
The range of angles from 90 to 180°.
In a plane with a system of cartesian coordinates, the region in which the x coordinate is negative and the y coordinate is positive.
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The approach taken for the second quadrant was informed by the outcomes of this data analysis.
Rehabilitation of the operating theater in the second quadrant (Q2); 2.
For the following parameters which relating the luminosity and a*, it is evidenced that the data were to be grouped in the second quadrant because of the positive values of the brightness and the negative of a*, representing about L* the color clarity.
The varieties in second quadrant showed diversity in leaf shape and inflorescence color.
In the sequence, A2 determines the axis position to the positive CXCR4+ population (first quadrant), and A3 demonstrates that there are no cells in the second quadrant (W1), which means a negative result for X4 tropism.
What happens here is if you are in a quadrant, you can't just go to the second quadrant unless you are authorized.
Leaders with a low level of concern and a low level of control land in the second quadrant, which is characterized by a "don't rock the boat" style of leadership.
One quadrant displays the genuine website results, the second quadrant shows images and videos from YouTube, and the next quadrant presents Blog and Wikipedia results while the fourth quadrant finds news content and conversations on Twitter.
For each device, measurements realized in the first quadrant were compared to measurements realized in the second quadrant.
in the positive universe to make transition into the negative universe through the second quadrant to become particle's intrinsic frame (-[phi][?
2nd quadrant: Based on a strong broad and depth effect, the LPS elements, located in the second quadrant, are identified as dominant elements.
However, the zone D in the second quadrant was not detected.