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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Figure 11 demonstrates the application of the proposed rectangular hyperbola model on unfilled LCP samples as a function of shear rate.
Hence, the variation of shear stress with normal stress is small and the rectangular hyperbola model is not applicable to the [N.sub.1] -shear stress data.
[8] showed that the increase in TCL followed by rectangular hyperbola function reduced wheat yield.
[8] showed that the number of fertile tiller per [m.sup.2] decreased the increase in TCL followed by rectangular hyperbola 3parameter model [8].
Thus rhodium provides an independent verification of the method of rectangular hyperbolas for the Periodic Table of elements of D.
An inverse or rectangular hyperbola model accurately described the relationship between KNP and PGR when N and water availabilities were variable or when incident radiation was variable (Fig.
With only one exception, the parameters of the inverse and rectangular hyperbola equations fitted to the data of these experiments did not differ (P > 0.05) from those obtained for the reference data, even though the range of the x variable was quite different.
Consider Figure III where both sectors have the same iso-hiring curve [H[prime].sub.1][H[prime].sub.2] - [H[prime].sub.1][H[prime].sub.2] which is a rectangular hyperbola. Now suppose that the vacancy-unemployment ratio in sector 1 is given by point [A.sub.1] and in sector 2 by point [B.sub.2].
IDENTICAL ISO-HIRING FUNCTION RECTANGULAR HYPERBOLA
Taking into consideration that the semiaxis of the rectangular hyperbola a=b= [square root of 2 [absolute value of K]], the coordinates of the point [X.sub.0] = [Y.sub.0] = [square root of K].
Now if one rectangular hyperbola peak is known, [X.sub.0] = = [Y.sub.0] = [square root of K], then the new coordinates will be: X = [X.sub.0] M or X = M [square root of K], Y = [square root of K]/M.
In the case of two rectangular hyperbolas with the same centre and rotated 45[degrees] with respect to each other, there will be just two points of intersection and so the quadratic [z.sup.2] + (b + Bi)z + (c + Ci) = 0 will have two solutions.

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