Cartesian coordinate


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one of the coordinates in a system of coordinates that locates a point on a plane or in space by its distance from two lines or three planes respectively

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For convenience, the membrane element is commonly studied in the local Cartesian coordinate system represented by (x', y', z') and located on the membrane element.
The plates are situated in the planes = 0 y and = y h of a Cartesian coordinate system Oxyz with the positive y-axis in the upward direction, Fig.
Figure 3 illustrate the results of tensile modulus, charpy impact, and hardness values in cartesian coordinate axis of X, Y, and Z respectively.
Transformation of the object and obstacle's positions to the local Cartesian coordinate reference system, fixed on the surface of the Earth with the origin in the flight starting point.
The relevant Year 6 content description for this sub-strand is "Introduce the Cartesian coordinate system using all four quadrants" (ACARA, 2010, p.
VRML uses a Cartesian coordinate system to create 3D objects.
Students are assumed to have solid algebra skills for solving simple equations and a working knowledge of the Cartesian coordinate system.
By following Davis's first-order approximation, the electromagnetic fields of the Gaussian beam can be described in its own Cartesian coordinate system [O.
It is important to remember that the two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system, which was developed independently in 1637 by Rene Descartes and Pierre de Fermat, is commonly defined by two axes that are aligned at right angles to each other to form the x, y-plane (Newton c.
The rotation matrix itself is defined by R(i, N) in the cartesian coordinate system.