rectangular hyperbola


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rectangular hyperbola

[rek′taŋ·gyə·lər hī′pər·bə·lə]
(mathematics)
A hyperbola whose major and minor axes are equal.
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Hence, the variation of shear stress with normal stress is small and the rectangular hyperbola model is not applicable to the [N.
Therefore, a rectangular hyperbola model was developed for the prediction of [N.
The rheological rectangular hyperbola model could not predict the negative normal stress difference of filled LCPs.
8] showed that the increase in TCL followed by rectangular hyperbola function reduced wheat yield.
2] decreased the increase in TCL followed by rectangular hyperbola 3parameter model [8].
8] showed that the number of wheat seed produced in unit area is decreased with the increase of weeds density by following rectangular hyperbola 3-parameter function.
Thus rhodium provides an independent verification of the method of rectangular hyperbolas for the Periodic Table of elements of D.
0006756 a) columns 4 and 5 contain coordinates of peaks of rectangular hyperbolas of elements; b) in a column 6 are presented abscissas the secants which are starting with the peak center (0,1) up to crossings with line Y = 0:5; at prolongation they cross the valid axis in points peaks; c) in a column 7 are resulted abscissa points of crossing of a direct and adjacent hyperbola each element presented here; d) the column 8 contains a difference between sizes of 6 and 7 columns; e) in a column 9 tangents of a corner of an inclination of secants are resulted; at an element "rhodium" this line crosses an axis X in a point with abscissa, equal 411.
The obtained values are the coordinates of the rectangular hyperbola peaks ([X.
Now if one rectangular hyperbola peak is known, [X.
The method of rectangular hyperbolas is developed for the first time, by which a means for estimating the upper bound of the Periodic Table is established in calculating that its last element has an atom mass of 411.

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