Angular, as in cubic angles; pertaining to or involving right angles or perpendiculars.

a plane or section perpendicular to the xyz coordinate system.

At a 90° angle. Same as perpendicular, normal.

pertaining to or involving right angles (90 degree angles).

(adj.) Characteristic of a perpendicular or normal line.

mutually perpendicular for axes, in machining a condition where the direction of the chip motion is not perpendicular to the cutting edge

Mutually at right angles (e.g., horizontal and vertical polarization, or right-hand left-hand circular polarization).

Originally, at right angles; later generalized to mean the vanishing of a sum (or integral) of products. The cosine of the angle between two vectors V1 and V2 with the respective components x1, y1, z1, and x2, y2, z2 is proportional to the sum of products x1x2 + y1y1 + z1z2. Hence, if the vectors are perpendicular, the latter sum equals zero. For this reason any two series of numbers (x1, x2, ... xn) and (y1, y2, ...yn) is said to be orthogonal if Î£ xiyi = 0

Relating to or composed of right angles.

This term is used to describe two or more things that are independent of one another. Also, it is a mathematical term that refers to vectors that meet...

Mutually perpendicular. The primary aircraft axes are orthogonally related.

Of or involving right angles.

Orthogonal means pertaining to or composed of right angles.

Having right angles, such as a square.

1. Originally, at right angles; later generalized to mean the vanishing of a sum (or integral) of products. The cosine of the angle between two vectors, 1 and 2 with respective components, ( 1) and ( 2), is proportional to the sum of products, 2. Hence, if the vectors are perpendicular, the latter sum equals zero. For this reason any two series of numbers, () and () is said to be orthogonal if See orthogonal functions. 2. On an ocean-wave refraction diagram, a ray drawn everywhere at right angles to wave crests.

"Literally at right angles. Refers to finding aspects of categorization that are as independent of each other as possible."