Results for: Equidistant

In Geometry

How to arrange four points at equidistance?

You have to think 3D!!! A triangular based pyramid does the trick if all the edges are of equal length. . More generally, you can arrange n+1 points equidistantly (Euclidean (MORE)
In Science

What is a locus of points equidistant from a point?

A locus of points is just the set of points satisfying a given condition. The locus of points equidistant from a point is a circle, since a circle is just a set of points whi (MORE)
In Geometry

How do you find equidistant points on a globe?

\nIn spherical geometry we look at the globe as the sphere \n. \nS^2. Any plane intersecting the sphere will create a great circle. Now if you take any point on the globe an (MORE)
In Biology

Locus of a point equidistant from a point?

The locus of a moving point so that it is equidistant from another fixed point (i.e. the distance between them is always constant) is a circle.
In Math and Arithmetic

Are midpoints always equidistant from the endpoints?

Yes. Equidistant signifies that the distance from the mid-way to the opposite ends are equal; thus, midpoints are ALWAYS equidistant from the endpoints. It's like two people (MORE)