ABTthe a indicator followed by the letter B then the T starting where the B finishes so it is in the middle of the line.
From Bee-line, since bees are said to make a no-nonsense straight line to their destination. Therefore, "Making a bee-line" means to do something in a fast, straightforward manner.
It looks like a loop and then and line going to the right.
A nine-line poem is technically called a nonet, but the scarcity of the form means that the word is very rarely used, or found.Most poems set in nine-line stanzas follow the pattern of Sir Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene: eight lines in iambic pentameter, followed by a ninth line set in iambic hexameter (the extra foot, as well as the 12-syllable line itself, is called an Alexandrine.)The usual rhyme scheme for such a stanza is A-B-A-B-B-C-B-C-C. The form is popular enough to have acquired its own term: a Spenserian stanza.
B. Project, problems, plans
Line A is skew to Line B, when line A does not intersect line B and also they are not in the same plane.
The equation of a line is y=mx+b, when m is the slope of the line and b is the y-intercept.
This is just generally an "A B A B" rhyming pattern. The first line (A) will rhyme with the third line, and the second line (B) will rhyme with the fourth line. I hope this answers your question.
Line b is a translation of Line 3.5 units up
Green Line 'B' Branch was created in 1932.
Line B - Rome Metro - was created in 1955.
Lyon Metro Line B was created in 1978.
The equation of a line is y = mx + b. If the slope of the line (m) stays the same, the line will be parallel to the original line. What changing b does is change the y-intercept of the line, because when you make x = 0, y = b. So by making b larger, you are moving the line up the y axis.
the equation of a line is "y=mx+b" where "m" is the slope, and "b" is the y-intercept.
If you mean: y = mx+b then the slope of the line is m and the y intercept is b
y=mx+b m is the slope, b is the y-intercept (where the line will cross the y axis.
to go in a straight line right to something . comes from a BC bus company . B-line i believe