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Quadratic
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Quadratic: Of or pertaining to a square, or to squares resembling a quadrate, or square square. (Crystallog.) Tetragonal. (Alg.) Pertaining to terms of the second degree
Quadratic equation
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Quadratic equation: Equation in which one of the unknown quantities is squared (Mathematics)
Quadratics
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Quadratics: That branch of algebra which treats of quadratic equations.
Quadratojugal
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Quadratojugal: The quadratojugal bone. Quadratojugal bone (Anat.), a bone at the base of the lower jaw in many animals.
Quadratrix
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Quadratrix: A curve made use of in the quadrature of other curves as the quadratrix, of Dinostratus, or of Tschirnhausen.
Quadrature
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Quadrature: (Math.) The act of squaring the finding of a square having the same area as some given curvilinear figure as, the quadrature of a circle the operation of find
Quadrature mirror filter
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Quadrature mirror filter: (Computers) filter that splits an input signal into two bands which are subsampled by a factor of 2
Quadrel
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Quadrel: A square piece of turf or peat. [Prov. Eng.] A square brick, tile, or the like.
Quadrennial
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Quadrennial: Comprising four years as, a quadrennial period. Occurring once in four years, or at the end of every four years as, quadrennial games.
Quadrennially
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Quadrennially: Once in four years.
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