ideal line

ideal line

[ī′dēl ′līn]
(mathematics)
The collection of all ideal points, each corresponding to a given family of parallel lines. Also known as line at infinity.
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I don't need to take the ideal line, and I had Lewis on the outside and I wanted to keep him there.
The points lie close to the ideal line, but the deviation from the ideal line can still be reduced in further work.
Internationally gliptins is developing as the ideal line of treatment for managing Type-2 Diabetes.
I just floated into the first corner and took an ideal line and it gave me the lead which was really lucky.
Fans can catch a good glimpse of their favorite KPOP stars as well as Katy Perry during their concerts as the seating layout allows for an ideal line of view.
The complex frequency response of such ideal line connected between the source of oscillations with internal impedance [Z.
Our strength--in product and presence--gives customers a competitive edge, making us the ideal line pipe supplier for the oil and gas industry.
Back in October 2009 the BMW Group rolled out its BMW Track Trainer research project to showcase highly automated driving on the ideal line around the N?
The striker who impressed with his performance at the Confederations Cup is currently on new manager Jose Mourinho's list as an ideal line leader for next season's face-lifted team, the report said.
Gel form: An ideal line extension, gels do not require consumers to drink water with the product, and thus have a high convenience factor.
In addition to the fundamentals of driving physics, the theoretical introduction primarily covers cornering technique, the ideal line and braking points.
Holding the ideal line - marked out by translucent arrows - wasn't always easy, but I understood the principle and my skill was definitely getting better.