third quadrant

third quadrant

[′thərd ′kwä·drənt]
(mathematics)
The range of angles from 180 to 270°.
In a plane with a system of Cartesian coordinates, the region in which the x and y coordinates are both negative.
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In the plane, (L *) and (b*) are located in the first quadrant, (a *) and (h) in the second one and in the third quadrant the parameter (c).
Say when an eventuality arises at the third quadrant, we have to get there fast from another quadrant so we could immediately check an inmate reported to have been committing illegal activities," he said.
Leaders who are low in their level of control, but have a higher concern for others can be found in the third quadrant.
For example, when the shift value is +2, the quadrant including the registry icon is the third quadrant in Figure 1.
lies in the second or third quadrant, then N will be incident on [?
The residual story drift in third quadrant nearly matched for both the frames.
of the particle's intrinsic frame in the positive universe transform upon making transition into the negative universe through the second quadrant, will be inclined intrinsic affine coordinates in the second quadrant and the third quadrant respectively.
AE sources were located in limited zones in the third quadrant of the floor plates.
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.
Bob Rae, the smartest ex-premier in the third quadrant of the Milky Way, managed to spare some of his precious time to dis old Karl Marx in the Globe and Mail earlier this year.
Bedroom, the third quadrant, will feature mattresses and box springs, plus Sears full line of bed linens.
The third quadrant examines the consequences of staff members' performance.