Results for: Triangulation

In Astronomy

What is triangulation?

Answer #1: Shooting two azimuths from different locations to find out where atarget object is by where the lines cross on a map. Alternatively,shooting azimuths to two diffe (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

What does triangulating mean?

To triangulate means to measure something using trigonometricrelationships. It can also mean to survey or map something usingthe triangulation process.
In Industrial Engineering

Who discovered triangulation?

Triangulation was first introduced in 1971 by Swiss psychiatristDr. Ernest L. Abelin. It was used to describe transitions inpsychoanalytic object relations theory and parent-c (MORE)
In Job Training and Career Qualifications

What is triangulation in psychology?

triangulation is when more than one method is used for studying human behavior . Not quite. The question referred to triangulation within psychology, but the above given answ (MORE)
In Mapping and Cartography

Triangulation refers to the?

need to find field site that has not been studied before. Triangulation can also refer to a way of finding an unknown location by knowing that it's between other given poin (MORE)
In Engineering

What is triangulation of structures?

Triangulation Triangulation is a structure that is used on bridges and they are made up of lots of little triangles. Triangles are so strong because they have a bigger base (MORE)
In Bridges and Tunnels

How triangulation is used?

The triangle is structurally the strongest geometric shape which is why in chassis building you'll see so many of them (in NASCAR for instance). When buying a custom racing or (MORE)
In Astronomy

What is triangulation and parallax?

Parallax is when objects seem to be in a different place, depending on the angle at which they are viewed. An example would be if you block an object in your visual field with (MORE)
In Geometry

How can you triangulate an octagon?

Yes because an octagon has 6 interior triangles which is achieved by connecting all of its vertices from one vertex
In Geometry

How can polygons be triangulated?

By lines from 1 inner vertex to all its other vertices In general number of sides minus 2 = number of inner triangles as for example an octagon has 8 sides and so 8-2 = 6 inne (MORE)