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# to draw a tangent to a curve

• 1 draw a tangent to a curve

• 2 calibration curve

1. кривая градуировки

2. градуировочная кривая

3. калибровочная кривая

— кривая зависимости "доза-выживаемость"

— кривая зависимости "доза-летальность"

• 3 characteristic curve

• 4 correction curve

• 5 stress-strain curve

• 6 accumulation curve

• 7 sine curve

• 8 easement curve

• 9 fitted curve

• 10 hillips curve

• 11 indifference curve

• 12 supply curve

• 13 switching curve

• 14 bulge of a curve

• 15 characteristic ash curve

• 16 charging curve

• 17 classifying curve

• 18 color mixture curve

• 19 compound curve

• 20 compression curve

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