- axis of the ordinate
- ordinat ekseni

*English to Turkish dictionary.
2009.*

- axis of the ordinate
- ordinat ekseni

*English to Turkish dictionary.
2009.*

**Ordinate**— Or di*nate, n. (Geom.) The distance of any point in a curve or a straight line, measured on a line called the axis of ordinates or on a line parallel to it, from another line called the axis of abscissas, on which the corresponding abscissa of… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English**Axis**— The axis is the second cervical vertebra (symbol: C2). It is called the axis because the uppermost cervical vertebra (called the atlas) rotates about the odontoid process of C2. The joint between the axis and atlas is a pivot type of joint. It… … Medical dictionary**Ordinate**— See also: ordination In mathematics, ordinate refers to that element of an ordered pair which is plotted on the vertical axis of a two dimensional Cartesian coordinate system, as opposed to the abscissa. The ordinate is the second of the two… … Wikipedia**ordinate**— [ôrd′ n it, ôr′d nāt΄] n. [< ModL (linea) ordinate (applicata), (line applied) in (an) ordered manner] Math. the vertical Cartesian coordinate on a plane, measured from the x axis along a line parallel with the y axis to point P: see CARTESIAN … English World dictionary**ordinate**— ► NOUN Mathematics ▪ a straight line from a point on a graph drawn parallel to the vertical axis and meeting the other; the y coordinate. ORIGIN from Latin linea ordinata applicata line applied parallel … English terms dictionary**ordinate**— /awr dn it , ayt /, n. Math. (in plane Cartesian coordinates) the y coordinate of a point: its distance from the x axis measured parallel to the y axis. Cf. abscissa. [1670 80; extracted from NL (linea) ordinate (applicata) (line applied) in… … Universalium**ordinate**— or•di•nate [[t]ˈɔr dnˌɪt, ˌeɪt[/t]] n. math. (in plane Cartesian coordinates) the y coordinate of a point: its distance from the x axis measured parallel to the y axis Compare abscissa • Etymology: 1670–80; extracted from NL (līnea) ōrdinātē… … From formal English to slang**ordinate**— In a plane cartesian coordinate system, the vertical axis (y). Cf.:abscissa. * * * or·di·nate (orґdĭ nət) [L. ordinare to arrange in order] in a two dimensional coordinate system, the distance of a point from the horizontal (x) axis,… … Medical dictionary**The Daily Quiz!**— Infobox TV channel name = The Daily Quiz!| class= wikitable ! logofile = The daily quiz.jpg logosize = 150px logoalt = The Daily Quiz logo launch = 13 March, 2006 closed date = 25 April, 2007 2nd run = 16 April 25 April 2007 share = share as of … Wikipedia**ordinate**— noun Etymology: New Latin (linea) ordinate (applicata), literally, line applied in an orderly manner Date: 1676 the Cartesian coordinate obtained by measuring parallel to the y axis compare abscissa … New Collegiate Dictionary**ordinate**— [ ɔ:dɪnət] noun Mathematics a straight line from a point on a graph drawn parallel to the vertical axis and meeting the other; the y coordinate. Compare with abscissa. Origin C17: from L. linea ordinata applicata line applied parallel … English new terms dictionary