Mathematics The locus of the centers of curvature of confirmed bend.

A curve comprising the centers of curvature of another bend.

A curve from which another bend, known as the involute or evolvent, is explained because of the end of a thread gradually wound upon the former, or unwound as a result. See involute. It will be the locus of this facilities of all the groups which are osculatory towards offered curve or evolvent.

In math, a curve the locus associated with the center of curvature of some other curve, or perhaps the envelop associated with normals to your latter.

Mathematics The locus for the centers of curvature of certain curve.

A curve comprising the centers of curvature of another curve.

A curve from where another curve, called the involute or evolvent, is explained because of the end of a thread slowly wound upon the former, or unwound from this. See involute. This is the locus associated with the centers of all of the groups which are osculatory on given curve or evolvent.

In math, a curve which is the locus of this center of curvature of some other curve, or perhaps the envelop of this normals towards the latter.

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