a generalization regarding the idea of a vector
- any one of several muscles that can cause an affixed structure to be tense or firm
- a muscle mass that extends a component or renders it anxious
- A muscle that stretches part, or renders it tight.
- The proportion of 1 vector to another in length, no regard becoming needed to the direction regarding the two vectors; -- so called because considered as a stretching element in switching one vector into another. See Versor.
muscle tissue that stretches or tightens a component, 1704, Modern Latin representative noun from tens-, previous participle stem of Latin tendere "to stretch" (identify tenet).
- 2nd-order tensor
- effective mass tensor
- tensor of first-order
- zeroth-order tensor
- tensor of second order
- tensor muscle tissue
(n.) A muscle that stretches part, or renders it tense.
The comparative motion of two points at a given instant is capable of being completely expressed by one of Sir William Hamiltons Quaternions,the tensor expressing the velocity ratio, and the versor the directional relation.