excenter

excenter

[¦ek′sen·tər]
(mathematics)
The center of the escribed circle of a given triangle.
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but also for circumcenter, centroid, and excenter, we had similar procedure.
[Table 2-1] Other centers of tetrahedron Position in Position in Centers 2D Geometry 3D Geometry Circumcenter A point where three A point where perpendicular bisectors perpendicular bisecting intersect planes intersect Centroid A point where three A point where median medians intersect planes (Planes with a edge and its opposite edge's middle point) intersect Excenter A point where exterior A point where exterior angle bisectors intersect dihedral-bisecting planes intersect Centers Property Circumcenter Becomes the center of the circumcircle and the circumsphere, respectively Centroid Divides the line which connects a point and the opposite planes' centroid as 2:1, 3:1 respectively Excenter Becomes the center of the excircle and the exosphere, respectively
Available in rose gold and platinum, the Excenter Tourbillon is a brilliant mechanical construction made through collaboration with master English watchmaker Peter Speake-Marin.
where [theta] is the eccentric variable or the angle that a positive semi straight line, revolving around the excenter S(s, [epsilon]) - or solar point, (Kepler affirmed that planets rotate around the Sun on circular orbits, but the Sun is not in the center of the orbits)--it makes it with Ox axis [8], [9], [10], and [alpha] is the centric variable or the circular arc, of the unity circle, from the origin of the arc A(1, 0) to a current point on circle W(1, [alpha]) [equivalent to] W(r = rex[theta], [theta]) the unitary eccentricity is s = e/R, or the distance between S and O, and excenter S or E are ejected from the center O on the [epsilon]direction.
It can be observed, in the same time with the increase of the numerical eccentricity value s, the functions existence domain becomes restricted to the interval where a line, revolving from the excenter S(s; [epsilon]), external to unity circle, intersects the unity circle.
the eccentrical variable: t [equivalent to] [theta](mod2[pi]) such that, for the excenter S going, on the x axis ([epsilon] = 0), to infinite (s [right arrow] [infinity]), the domainI goes to zero (I [right arrow] 0).
There is also an "excenter" device that allows sweeping an eyepiece or camera around the limb of the Sun to center an object of interest (a must when using the 2x teleconverter for high-magnification work).
At this magnification it was essential to use the excenter device to move the Sun's limb to the center of the field of view.
This coefficient can be interpreted as if the mass of the disk was excentered towards the object perceiving it.
The excentered dial features two overlapping disks displaying the primary time and the alarm clock, each with separate day and night indicators.
In this rather long and tedious sequence, Zizek wants to describe (in the tradition of Nietzsche's critique of Western Buddhism in The Will To Power) how Tibet has become a fantasy-like Disneyland for Westerners whose own concept of civilization is entirely predicated ("excentered," Zizek says, borrowing from Lacan) upon the maintenance of Tibet as an exotic place of primal meaning.