equidistant


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equidistant

[¦ē·kwə¦dis·tənt]
(mathematics)
Being the same distance from some given object.
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Discrete models characterised by equidistant node distribution and nonequidistant distributions based on the roots of Chebyshev and Legendre polynomials were investigated.
Hazen's Law applies only to equidistant settling planes such as parallel plate settlers and the GEA TUBEdek series.
the disc of a tiny world, its pinpoint center equidistant from
Manama: Bahrain's royal court has ruled out the participation of a representative of King Hamad Bin Eisa Al Khalifa at the national dialogue, saying that the monarch was for all and with all people and that he stood equidistant from all sides.
Shaikh Khalid said His Majesty stands equidistant from all sides taking part in the talks, and described them as citizens taking part in patriotic work for the good of the nation.
Although the route is equidistant between the two largest, principal cities in the region, a dedicated spur is to be constructed into Manchester but not into Liverpool.
I held up a Weaver #55 mount beside a 96 with a Redfield one-piece mount on the rear of the receiver and, sure enough, it looked as though the spacing would be three equidistant holes if drilled for both mounts.
a first raised area located in the central portion for absorbing and directing fluid, the first raised area having a longitudinal axis positioned substantially equidistant from the sides of the central portion;
Real said the artificial island's location put it equidistant between Europe and the Far East, adding that more than half of their estimated 300 million followers were based in Asia.
The city is midway between Memphis and Dallas and is almost equidistant from St.
I'M ru Pr al Li JLord I'M from Wigan, home of an iconic rugby league team, a doomed Premier League football team and almost exactly equidistant from Liverpool and Manchester.
The trick is to line up the putt not only from where the ball lies, but also from equidistant points nearby.