Translation of segment in Spanish:
nounAmerican English: /ˈsɛɡmənt/ British English: /ˈsɛɡm(ə)nt/
- 1 (Mathematics) (of circle, sphere, line)Example sentences
- The main purpose of the work is to investigate the volume of segments of these three-dimensional figures.
- For example, when we start with a hexagon, the final shape may be a segment, a triangle, or another hexagon.
- He found the length of an arc of the cycloid using an exhaustion proof based on dissections to reduce the problem to summing segments of chords of a circle which are in geometric progression.
- This he affected by circumscribing a semicircle about an isosceles right-angled triangle and a segment of a circle similar to those cut off by the sides.
- It is assumed that the unsupported outer border of the pouch deforms into a segment of a circle and that the material does not stretch much.
- We can mark a point on the side that divides it into segments of length a and b.
- Given the way that we have defined line segments, a great circle makes a good definition of a straight line.
- Two similar problems were to trisect an angle and to produce a line segment whose square has the same area as that of a given circle.
- As in the treatment of Siegel, lipid monolayers in the intermediates are assumed to form surfaces that are segments of spheres or of spherical torroids.
- Using a different approach, Archimedes found the surface area of a sphere, and the surface area of any segment of a sphere.
- 2 (of citrus fruit)Example sentences
- Its genome is made up of 100 million bases divided into six segments, or chromosomes.
- In many of the others, the spaces are divided into segments, more or less corresponding to the different generations.
- Segmentation means dividing memory into several segments and accessing memory by both segment pointer and offset.
- 3 (of worm)Example sentences
- Unlike the agnostids, polymerid trilobites typically have more than two or three thoracic segments, and the pygidium is usually smaller than the cephalon.
- The ventral branchial arch segments of placoderms are so poorly known that nothing useful can be said.
- They have a number of body segments (known as somites), which are sometimes fused to form rigid areas, or are free but linked to each other by flexible areas.
transitive verbAmerican English: /ˈsɛɡmənt/ , /sɛɡˈmɛnt/ British English: /sɛɡˈmɛnt/
dividir en gajosExample sentences
- The course is segmented into six different sections.
- The muscles of the body are segmented into blocks called myotomes.
- This will also allow companies to segment product lines in the manufacturing process with secure and non-secure versions.
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