2 the property possessed by a concave shape [syn: concaveness]
- The state of being concave
- A concave structure or surface
The word concave means curving in or hollowed inward. The term is most commonly used to refer to:
In addition, the term concave upwards is used for convex functions, and concave downwards for concave functions.
- Convex — the opposite of concave.
concavity in Czech: Konkávní
concavity in German: Konkav
concavity in French: Concavité
concavity in Norwegian: Konkavitet
concavity in Finnish: Konkaavisuus
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