Definition of spheric in English:


Syllabification: spher·ic
Pronunciation: /ˈsfi(ə)rik, ˈsfer-


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  • Two years later, J. J. Thomson modified Kelvin's model, having the electrons move in concentric circle within a positively charged spheric space.
  • Among the renewed disciplines, one could list infinitesimal geometry, spheric geometry, and so on.



Pronunciation: /sfiˈrisitē/
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  • That procedure reduces degrees of freedom in proportion to the degree of departure from sphericity and protects against Type I errors.
  • He correctly interpreted what he saw as proving the existence of mountains and craters where natural philosophers demanded perfect sphericity in the perfect heavens.
  • A correction for violations to the assumption to sphericity was applied to the results.

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