- A curve whoever contact with confirmed curve at certain point is of a greater purchase (or requires the equivalence of more successive differential coefficients for the ordinates of this curves taken when this occurs) than that of any other bend of the identical sort.
- A curve whoever connection with confirmed bend, at certain point, is of a higher order (or involves the equivalence of a greater number of consecutive differential coefficients of this ordinates associated with the curves taken at that time) than that just about any bend of the same kind.
- The envelop associated with osculating planes of a non-plane curve.
Sentence for "osculatrix"
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