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Figure 2–31 ( a ) is a projection of the two poles P , and P2 shown in perspective

in Fig . 2-26 , and the angle between them is found by the rotation

...

Figure 2–31 ( a ) is a projection of the two poles P , and P2 shown in perspective

in Fig . 2-26 , and the angle between them is found by the rotation

**illustrated in****Fig**. 2–31 ( b ) . This rotation of the projection is equivalent to rotation of the poles...

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( 5–6 ) u In practice , v is very often about twice as large as u , which means that

the conditions

. ( 5–6 ) , then conditions will be intermediate between those

( 5–6 ) u In practice , v is very often about twice as large as u , which means that

the conditions

**illustrated in Fig**. ... If the value of h is smaller than that given by Eq. ( 5–6 ) , then conditions will be intermediate between those

**shown in Figs**.Page 235

The distance of the pole of the reflecting plane from the center of the projection is

given by PQ = R tan ( 45 ° ( 45 ° -9 ) Figure 8–18 illustrates the use of a ruler ... 8-

19 in the form of a tracing yields the stereographic projection

The distance of the pole of the reflecting plane from the center of the projection is

given by PQ = R tan ( 45 ° ( 45 ° -9 ) Figure 8–18 illustrates the use of a ruler ... 8-

19 in the form of a tracing yields the stereographic projection

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