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  • curprev 03:1603:16, 6 August 2023Eric Lengyel talk contribs 3,359 bytes +3,359 Created page with "The ''center'' of a round object (a round point, dipole, circle, or sphere) is the round point having the same center and radius. The center of an object $$\mathbf x$$ is denoted by $$\operatorname{cen}(\mathbf x)$$, and it is given by the meet of $$\mathbf x$$ and its own anticarrier: :$$\operatorname{cen}(\mathbf x) = -\operatorname{car}(\mathbf x^*) \vee \mathbf x$$ . (The negative sign is not strictly necessary, but is included so the fu..."