The fourth part; the quarter.
The quarter of a circle, or of the circumference of a circle, an arc of 90°, or one subtending a right angle at the center.
One of the four parts into which a plane is divided by the coördinate axes. The upper right-hand part is the first quadrant; the upper left-hand part the second; the lower left-hand part the third; and the lower right-hand part the fourth quadrant.
Quarter circular sector of 90 degrees.
One quarter of a chart wheel. The circle of the 360 degree chart is divided into four quadrants. Each quadrant represents an arena of experience. The lower left quadrant relates to the self, personal development and identity. The lower right relates to ideas and accomplishment, how you express yourself, creatively or otherwise. The upper right quadrant relates to social awareness and relationships. The upper left quadrant relates to spirituality and one's sense of mission.
Any one of the four regions into which a plane is divided by a pair of coordinate axes
A section of a circle, usually handled by a curved top unit or sunburst- normally a quarter circle
The circle of the 360 degree chart is divided into four quadrants. Each quadrant represents an arena of experience. First equals intuition, second equals emotion or feelings, third equals sensation and fourth equals thinking.
Control lever or component shaped like a quarter circle. Also an alternative name for an auto transmission selector lever mounted on the steering column.
one-fourth of a circle or area
One of four slices of land created when two roads intersect. This term is used when talking about ramp placement.
One of the quarters of the plane of the Cartesian coordinate system.
any of the four sections of the board; see also inner board, outer board rail another word for the bar reenter same as enter (move a checker back onto the board from the bar)
One of four regions formed by two intersecting perpendicular lines.
A square parcel of land that is a quarter of a legal subdivision and contains approximately 10 acres.
One of the four regions into which the abdomen may be divided for purposes of physical diagnosis
Any one of the four regions into which the plane is divided by the coordinate axes.
Instrument used in navigation for measuring altitude, made up of a quarter-circle of wood or metal marked with a graded scale of angles. From the late 16thC quadrants made of brass, or brass and mahogany, with a pivoted radius, or index arm, came into use.
one of the four regions formed by the axes on a graph
An instrument, usually containing a graduated arc of 90°, used in astronomy and navigation for measuring altitudes (generally of stars). Also one quarter of a circle, being an arc of 90°.
a quarter of the circumference of a circle
any of the four areas into which a plane is divided by two orthogonal coordinate axes
the area enclosed by two perpendicular radii of a circle
a division into four areas
a fourth of your mouth
a quarter of the surface/length of the earth
refers to which geographic quadrant the coordinates belong (i.e., NW, NE, SW, SE).
A group of districts combined into a larger geographical unit. First used in Southeast Alaska to divide statistical districts into four larger troll areas. Now other districts in the state are combined into unique larger units. The term quadrant was retained but has little meaning as currently used.
A Backgammon board is formed by 4 quadrants, which are a quarters of the board. Each quadrant contains 6 points, numbered from 1 to 24.
One of the four divisions of the backgammon table. Each quadrant contains six points.
One of four regions separated by the - and -axes of the rectangular coordinate system.
Division of the upper and lower dental arches into four equal sections: the upper right quadrant, the upper left quadrant, the lower left quadrant and the lower right quadrant.
One of the four quarters, each comprising three houses, within the horoscope. Transiting planets through each quadrant activate certain properties, i.e., Houses 1-3, denotes independent personality growth; Houses 4-6, the home, children, skills, and service; Houses 7-9, partnership, joint investment and publicity; Houses 10-12, soul growth and/or public influence.
A metal pivot allowing a desk flap to move through a quarter of a circle only.
One of the four equal sections of the mouth. For example - the upper right quadrant.
One forth of the mouth. One half of either arch.
One quarter ( qua) of the plane on the cartesian coordinate system. The plane is divided into 4 sections, each section is called a quadrant.
The abdomen is conventionally divided into quarters by horizontal and vertical lines through the umbilicus or navel.
One of four 10 ft. X 22 ft. areas into which the footbag net court is divided.
One-half of each dental arch; one fourth of the two dental arches.
The dental term for the division of the jaws into four parts, beginning at the midline of the arch and extending towards the last tooth in the back of the mouth. There are four quadrants in the mouth; each quadrant generally contains five to eight teeth.
One-fourth of the total complement of teeth; one side of upper or one side of lower jaw.
The method of dividing the mouth into four parts by way of reference. There are two upper quadrants and two lower quadrants, both divided at the center front, or midline, of the mouth.
A quarter of a circle measured in units of 90 degrees.
The plane is divided into four parts by the and axes. They are called the first, second, third and fourth quadrant, respectively.
One of the four equal sections of the mouth. The upper right, upper left, lower right or the lower left.
any of the four regions formed by the axes in a rectangular coordinate system.
The four parts of a grid divided by the axes. Each of these quadrants have a number designation: * First quadrant - contains all the points with positive x and positive y coordinates. * Second quadrant - contains all the points with negative x and positive y coordinates. * Third quadrant - contains all the points with negative x and negative y coordinates. * Fourth quadrant - contains all the points with positive x and negative y coordinates.
One of the four parts into which a plane is divided by two perpendicular lines.
1. A device used to indicate the position of the gear selector of an automatic transmission. 2. One quarter of a circle.
Any one of the four sections of the playing area of a backgammon board, defined by points 1 to 6, 7 to 12, 12 to 18 and 19 to 24, respectively.
The x-axis and y-axis separate the plane into four regions called quadrants. They are numbered with Roman numerals, beginning in the upper right quadrant and proceeding in a counter-clockwise rotation.
one quarter of the coordinate plane (The x- and y-axes divide the coordinate plane into four quadrants.)
When the axes are drawn in a coordinate plane, the plane is divided into 4 sections called quadrants.
A block of space between the X and Y axes.
The four distinct divisions of the MOF process model, culminating in a major or external review. Quadrant in MOF correlates with "phase" in PMO and MSF. Quadrant is used in MOF to distinguish the fact that tasks or activities from each quadrant may begin nearly simultaneously and may continue concurrently for the life of the project. Phase as used in PMO and MSF infers that activities or tasks within each phase occur sequentially, with distinct demarcations between phases, although some overlap may occur.
One of the four equal sections into which the dental arches can be divided; begins at the midline of the arch and extends distally to the last tooth; usually includes five or more teeth.
The board consists of four quadrants: both players home boards and outer boards.
A Backgammon playing board is broken down into four equal sections, quadrants, each containing six points. Points 1 to 6 are located in the first quadrant, points 7 to 12 in the second, points 13 to 18 in the third, and points 19 to 24 in the fourth.
A quadrant is a quarter of a plane. The x-axis and y-axis divide the x-y plane into four quadrants. The axes themselves are not part of the quadrants.
instrument based on a quarter of a circle, see article on the quadrant.
One of four equal sections of the mouth. The upper right, upper left, lower right or lower left. Each quadrant generally contains five to eight teeth.
The dental term for the division of the jaws into four parts. There are four quadrants in the mouth. Two upper and two lower quadrants, both divided at the midline of the mouth.
one-fourth of the mouth.
One of the four quarters of the mouth.
One of the quarters created by two intersecting roads or streets.
one of the four sections where the horizontal and vertical number lines divide the plane.
A quarter-circle-shaped bracket used to support drop fronts.
One section of something that has been divided into four equal parts
One of the four sections of a horoscope, each bounded by two angles not opposite each other.
One of four sections of a coordinate grid separated by horizontal and vertical axes; they are numbered I, II, III, and IV, counterclockwise from the upper right.
One of four equal parts created when an object or area is divided by lines that intersect at right angles. Alternately, one fourth of a circle.
One quarter of the playing area on a backgammon board.