Intrinsic equation of a curve

Definition of Intrinsic equation of a curve

(Geom.) the equation which expresses the relation which the length of a curve, measured from a given point of it, to a movable point, has to the angle which the tangent to the curve at the movable point makes with a fixed line.

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