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bisector

[‚bī′sek·tər]
(mathematics)
The ray dividing an angle into two equal angles.
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Oh, let's use this information to figure out what a perpendicular bisector is.
3] | [rho](u, j) = [rho](u, [gamma](j))} is the hyperbolic bisector of the geodesic linking j to [gamma](j).
The best cutoff values were determined by the point farthest from the bisector of the ROC curve, plotted by SigmaPlot 10.
b] is the angle bisector of the two projections and is reverse of the third beam projection.
To analyze changes in tooth position, a couple of models of each individual were processed using a scanner and the Ortho Insight[R] software at T1 and T2, registering the occlusal sides of upper and lower arches to obtain digitalized images that allowed evaluating tooth rotation by measuring the angle formed by a bisector point of the axis of rotation of the model established by the software, as well as the mesial and distal point of contact of each tooth, determining the rotation of central and lateral incisors, canine, first and second premolars and first molar of each hemiarch (Figure 3).
The desired boundary will be the perpendicular bisector for the line connecting boundary planes [2- 4].
In this method, the intersection of the VCL and the bisector of a horizontal line and a tangential line drawn to the point of maximum curvature of the curve is considered as precompaction stress.
A source at the Police Command said earlier that the driver lost control of the fuel tanker which caused it to hit the road bisector.
The image receptor should be placed close to the teeth, and vertical angulation directed perpendicular to an imaginary bisector that is estimated between the long axis of the teeth being imaged and long axis of the image receptor.