2 edition of nasion-bregma-pituitary angle found in the catalog.
Extract from Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Section V, 1928.
|Other titles||Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada.|
|Statement||by John Cameron ... 1. Its significance in man.|
|Series||Researches in craniometry -- no.7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 41-46 :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Full text of "Bibliographia primatologica; a classified bibliography of primates other than man." See other formats. — Re-searches in craniometry, n° 7. The nasion-bregma-pituitary angle.
A new cranial angle. Its significance in man, the anthropoids and lower- mammals. Transactions of the royal Society of Canada. Ottawa, 3e série, t. XXII, part I, section V, marsp. — Researches in craniometry, n° 8.
Three new cranial indices. Study ANTHR Study Guide ( Mayes) flashcards from StudyBlue on StudyBlue. theta = tan –1 (y/x). Suppose that the coordinates of the vector are (3, 4). You can find the angle theta as the tan –1 (4/3) = 53 degrees.
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