first quadrant


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first quadrant

[¦fərst ′kwäd·rənt]
(mathematics)
The range of angles from 0 to 90°.
In a plane with a system of cartesian coordinates, the region in which the x and y coordinates are both positive.
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Except for signs, the first quadrant provides examples that translate to other quadrants
Table 2 presents elements located on the four experimental conditions' first quadrants in prototypical analysis.
of the particle's frame will remain along the horizontal in the first quadrant in the positive universe.
Snap your lines (Photo 2) and then spread the adhesive for your first quadrant.
Hence, for a positive initial estimate each number pair (Bn, Cn) corresponds to a point in the first quadrant, and for a negative initial estimate each number pair corresponds to a point in the third quadrant.
and Robert Arnott of First Quadrant in Pasadena, California studied the performance of 72 actively managed funds for the 10 years from 1982 through 1991.
The set of all (consumption) bundles is called a consumption set which is assumed to be the first quadrant denoted by [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
Equal numbers of trials were conducted with times from each quadrant, with the first quadrant utilizing minute values 0 to 14 (e.
The first quadrant -- kitchen -- includes all the elements needed for kitchen remodeling, such as cabinets, sinks and major appliances, both built-in and freestanding.