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Creating Something from Nothing by Louis Groarke
Suppose we express in a syllogism the basic insight that the rotation of a radius through 360 degrees is a necessary property of a circle. Induction ultimately begins with our ...
by Bryan Garner
The phrase 360 degrees refers to a full-circle turn <a 360-degree skid> or a panorama—e.g.: “On the fourth floor, windows provide a 360-degree view of the treetops.” Ruth Ryon, “Living Above It All in Converted Water Tower,” L.A. Times, ...
A Reference Book of Machine Shop and Drawing Room Data, Methods and Definitions by Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley
the circumference by dividing 360 degrees by the number of divisions, but what we want is to find the chord or the distance from one point to the next in a straight line as a pair of dividers would step it off. First divide 360 by the number of ...
Dictionary of Military Terms (2009)
by U.S. Department of Defense
relative — The bearing of a target measured in the horizontal from the bow of one's own ship clockwise from 0 degrees to 360 degrees, or from the nose of one's own aircraft in hours of the clock. target classification — A grouping of targets in ...
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