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Locus (mathematics)

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In geometry, a locus is a set of points, whose location satisfies or is determined by one or more specified conditions. Until the beginning of 20th century, a geometrical shape was not considered as an infinite set of points; rather, it was considered as an entity on which a point may be located or not. Thus a circle in the Euclidean plane was defined as the locus of a point that is at a given distance of a fixed point, the center of the circle. Presently, one says that the circle is the set of points that are at a given distance of the center.. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Los Heroes de la RED (5 months ago)
terrible voice - irritating to listen to
Rajendra Prasad (5 months ago)
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Not nice explain with pictures
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Hermelinda Rodriguez (5 months ago)
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Kangah Jeremie (1 year ago)
Kangah Jeremie why would you make such a statement? We have a Creator in a father in Heaven he is omnipresent and omnipotent

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