Translation of trisect in Spanish:


trisecar, v.

Pronunciation /traɪˈsɛkt//trʌɪˈsɛkt/

transitive verb

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    • It was a favourite with 17 Century mathematicians and could be used, as Nicomedes had intended, to solve the problems of duplicating the cube and trisecting an angle.
    • He gave geometrical solutions to doubling a cube and trisecting an angle in this book.
    • Today, even as traffic signals multiply and thick yellow lines bisect and trisect the roads, motorists, scooterists and non-conformists all line up together at painfully long red lights and plan strategy.
    • The right of the two diagrams shows how this hyperbola can be used to trisect the angle AOB.
    • The second cone image represents these different regions with horizontal lines trisecting the cone.
    • Astrolabes were circular devices that arranged the stars into three ‘paths’, trisecting the sky at the eastern horizon.
    • The instrument panel is trisected, with distinct gauge clusters, trim, and finishes for each level.
    • The world now adapts to a trisected geopolitical system, and leaders must begin to focus on minimizing the inevitable strive that will result.
    • Gauss had stated that the problems of duplicating a cube and trisecting an angle could not be solved with ruler and compasses but he gave no proofs.
    • The curve, so named by Roberval, can be used to trisect an angle.
    • The dancers hurtled feverishly in a circle, then pressed outward into two parallel lines, trisecting the original diagonal pathway.
    • My own heritage is more far-flung, encompassing Wales, England, Germany, and Hungary, as well as countries in eastern Europe that no longer exist, having been bisected and trisected by countless wars.
    • He also considered the equation associated with the problem of trisecting an angle, namely a cubic equation.
    • What the proposals amounted to was a plan to trisect the West Bank into three cantons by annexing blocs of settlements.
    • In particular they used kinematic methods to solve the classical problem of trisecting an angle.
    • The ‘mathematical problems’ may have been those of duplicating the cube and trisecting the angle.
    • Nicomedes trisected any rectilinear angle by means of the conchoidal curves, of which he had handed down the origin, order, and properties, being himself the discoverer of their special characteristic.
    • For few people now live in the area, and the lane has become a short cut, a speed track between Basuki Rakhmad and Pemuda, the two great bitumen rivers trisecting the centre of East Java's capital Surabaya.
    • Prima facie, the long-standing problems of trisecting an angle, squaring a circle, and doubling a cube are not questions of existence.
    • Like so many curves it was studied to provide a solution to one of the ancient Greek problems, this one is in relation to the problem of trisecting an angle.