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A spiral such that the angle between the tangent and the radius vector is the same for all points of the spiral.Also called logarithmic spiral
- ‘Given a set of equiangular lines, let c be the cosine of the common angle.’
- ‘A sawtooth road, for instance, requires a wheel pasted together from pieces of an equiangular spiral.’
- ‘The purpose of this article is to develop the parametric equation for the plane curve of the equiangular spiral.’
- ‘The evolute and the involute of an equiangular spiral is an identical equiangular spiral.’
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