# angle at the centreの例文

- Each side of a regular octagon subtends half a right
*angle at the centre* of the circle which connects its vertices. - The
*angle at the centre* of the Earth that the ray of light passing through the body's GP makes with the line running from the observer's zenith is the same as the zenith distance. - Due to the move from an original position on Kirk Road, and the fact that it incorporates a large sundial, it has been placed at an unusual
*angle at the centre* of the'new'village. - If the two points are not directly opposite each other, one of these arcs, the "'minor arc "', will subtend an
*angle at the centre* of the circle that is less than radians ( 180 degrees ), and the other arc, the "'major arc "', will subtend an angle greater than radians. - This chord subtends an
*angle at the centre* equal to 2arcsin ( cos " ? " sin ) and the great circle distance between A and B is 2 " a " arcsin ( cos " ? " sin ) . ) In the extreme case where the longitudinal separation is 180? the distance along the parallel is one half of the circumference of that parallel; i . e ., 10, 007.5 km.