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equidistant

[¦ē·kwə¦dis·tənt]
(mathematics)
Being the same distance from some given object.
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Proof: Assuming the number of equidistantly deployed nodes is n, then the energy consumption for node i is:
Hung back-to-back and spaced equidistantly in four groups these magnificent canvases not only reorient the meaning of the Passion but also reveal and revitalize the metaphorical potential of abstract art.
5 cm in diameter were spaced equidistantly apart along the centerline of the chamber floor's long axis.
Four large canvases are placed equidistantly between window recesses along the outside wall, while there are many other pleasures to discover - the surprisingly tiny Acrobat; a series of unexpected nude studies; the powerful visual punch of his Jew in Red, and the understated artwork of his enforced (by war) sojourn in hometown Vitebsk.
During operation, TCMs should be equidistantly positioned on the netlike spacer plate.
The system configuration is composed of a set of 8 biconical antennas placed equidistantly around a circular shape phantom of 90 mm diameter forming full view geometry [19, 20].
The Constitution as such entrenches neither a validity condition (quorum) nor a clear decisional rule (majority) for the procedure, and thus Article 10 (impeachment referendum) in the Referendum Law 3/2000 was, over the years, repeatedly and equidistantly tinkered with by all parties in power, as the circumstances required.
We re-scaled these scores so that they were equidistantly distributed on a five-point 0-4 scale to match the scale range for the other measures.
i]) is located equidistantly with respect to the origin, where placed an omnidirectional antenna responsible for the electromagnetic energy radiation.
Another parallel line of pushers far upwind of the deer, spread out equidistantly, very slowly walks directly toward the shooters, driving any deer in between toward them.