coordinate geometry


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  • noun

Synonyms for coordinate geometry

the use of algebra to study geometric properties

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One of the objectives in coordinate geometry is to express geometric relations in terms of the coordinates of points.
Stuart Obermann, executive manager of Intergraph's Civil Engineering Product Center, added, "We are pleased to be working with Miller and his associates on this initiative, and we believe the addition of the robust coordinate geometry capabilities from the CLM product line will be a significant benefit to our mutual customers.
The opening chapters walk through the standard procedures for using coordinate geometry to set up equations, imagining different possibilities, finding ratios or proportions, and determining the number of combinations possible.
A new stand-alone coordinate geometry package for small to mid-sized land surveying and engineering firms
Sight" Survey 2009 provides simplified methods for solving commonly encountered coordinate geometry and construction surveying problems.
Students should have a solid high school background in algebra and coordinate geometry.
Pipe profiling technology has recently been introduced to allow for measurement of the internal coordinate geometry of pipelines.
Prior to learning about trigonometry, students have typically done some basic work on coordinate geometry and are familiar with gradient as the ratio of "rise over run".
He covers elementary coordinate geometry, variables and procedures, coordinates and conditionals, drawing manually and automatically, nonlinear 2D transforms, recursion, perspective, and working in 3D.
The extension -- part of an ongoing three-year project -- calls for Analytical Surveys to perform parcel mapping through the use of coordinate geometry (COGO) technologies.