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Apex Point


How good are your brakes How quickly can you reduce your speed from 100mph to 40 How does your car behave when the front wheels are locked How brave are you feeling All these factors determine your braking point.


The apex is the point at which you are closest to the inside of the corner, also referred to as the clipping point. Once you have hit the apex you should be able to reduce the steering lock, start increasing the throttle and focus on the exit. Determining the apex can be tricky at first but the guidelines below explain how to do it.


There are two different types of apex, the geometrical apex and the racing apex. The geometric apex of a constant radius corner is the central point on the inside and this can also be the racing apex, depending on the context. This can be confusing and is determined by your cornering strategy.


To carry maximum speed through a corner, you need to take the route that minimises the tightness of the corner arc. This minimises cornering force and frees up precious grip for maintaining speed. This route tends to use the geometric apex of the corner and is usually known as the classic racing line. In Diagram 1, the turn illustrated is a constant radius 90 degree right hander and the geometric apex is exactly halfway around the corner.


Oddly enough, carrying the highest average speed round corners may not actually be the quickest way around a track. If the corner leads onto a straight it can be better to take a late apex, straighten out the car and get the power on earlier for a high speed exit (Diagram 2). This is generally regarded as the best strategy for racing, with a slightly lower entry speed but a faster exit speed. The amount of grip available is the factor which determines how late you can brake and apex.


A hairpin is a corner which turns about 180 degrees. In this case, the apex for the racing line is about three quarters of the way around the bend (see Diagram 4). A useful guide is that halfway through the turn you should be roughly in the middle of the track.


Once you have mastered the racing line and the various stages of driving through a corner shown in Diagram 1, you might consider taking things one step further with trail braking. This involves braking later and continuing to brake into the early phase of the corner before the apex. This can help improve your lap times, but also pushes your car closer to the limits of grip.


Many of these changes make it easier to earn ranked points (RP) if your team performs well and you contribute to your team's kill count. Other changes are aimed at ensuring rankings are an accurate measure of player skill.


I have a point and a triangle which needs to be rotated with its apex point towards the taregt point. The right side of the picture represents how it is should to be, and the left side represents how it works. Red dashed arrows represent motion, the triangle moves along its arrow. Green dashed arrow represent rotation, the triangle should rotates along its arrow.


Split 1 of the North American Apex Legends Global Series Pro Series took place last year from October through December. The top 20 teams from the split will now compete in the playoffs, which take place Sunday, Jan. 23. Teams will play a series of games and earn points based on placement and kills. Kills will be worth one point each and points for placement in a game will be broken down as follows:


The 20 teams competing are listed below with their point totals accrued over six rounds of competition in Split 1. Each round consisted of six games, and each team got anywhere from zero to 12 points in a round based on how many points they accrued over the games played in that round.


The two favorites going into the playoffs are clearly NRG and Sentinels. They finished the ALGS Pro League Split 1 with 47 points apiece and were ahead of the third-place team by a significant margin.


NRG recovered from a slow start in Round 1 to finish at least second in four of the next five rounds of competition. They finished first in one of those four rounds, which netted them 12 points. They were the most consistent team in the latter half of the split.


100 Thieves jumped into Apex Legends for Split 1 by signing Kungarna NA, the 2021 North American ALGS champions.Their results were fairly average for most of the split until they got first place in Round 6. They won three straight games to close out Round 6. Combined with the double-digit points they got via kills in each of those games, 100 Thieves finished first in Round 6.


TSM did not finish first in any round of the split, but their results were consistently above average, and they have historically been one of the best teams in Apex Legends esports. The duo of Phillip "ImperialHal" Dosen and Jordan "Reps" Wolfe have been with TSM since early 2019 and picked up multiple trophies along the way. Their newest teammate, Evan "Verhulst" Verhulst, joined in December after Eric "Snip3down" Wrona retired and switched to playing Halo. Verhulst joined after spending the majority of the split with Esports Arena, the team that finished third in points after NRG and Sentinels.


Apex entered English from Latin, where it originally meant "a small rod at the top of a flamen's cap." What's a flamen's cap Flamens were priests who devoted themselves to serving just one of the many ancient Roman gods (for instance, just Jupiter or Mars). Those priests wore distinctive conical caps that English speakers dubbed "flamen's caps." Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century dramatist Ben Jonson was one of the few English writers known to have used "apex" in its flamen's-cap sense: "Upon his head a hat of delicate wool, whose top ended in a cone, and was thence called apex."


This was exactly the issue I found when re-drafting the Mathilde Wrap dress. As much as I LOVE a French Dart, they can sometimes be a real pain in the butt to work on from an alteration standpoint. So today, I thought I would show you one way I have found to be helpful in transferring your apex point to a new position when a French Dart is involved!


Once you have your apex point marked (brightly and boldly!), we need to close our dart. We want to make sure we are closing the dart all the way through the apex point, since this is the part that will be moving. If your new apex point passes through your old dart, simply remark it so that it is visible once the old dart is closed.


I hope this tutorial has helped you out a bit, especially if you are like me and felt overwhelmed by adjusting the apex point of such an interesting dart! I'd love to hear how shifting things around worked for you- feel free to leave your experience in the comments below!


Objective: The aim of this work is to evaluate and compare five fiducial points for the temporal location of each pulse wave from forehead and finger photoplethysmographic (PPG) pulse wave signals to perform pulse rate variability (PRV) analysis as a surrogate for heart rate variability (HRV) analysis.


Approach: Forehead and finger PPG signals were recorded during a tilt-table test simultaneously with the electrocardiogram (ECG). Artefacts were detected and removed and five fiducial points were computed: apex, middle-amplitude and foot points of the PPG signal, apex point of the first derivative signal and the intersection point of the tangent to the PPG waveform at the apex of the derivative PPG signal and the tangent to the foot of the PPG pulse, defined as the intersecting tangents method. Pulse period (PP) time interval series were obtained from both PPG signals and compared with the RR intervals obtained from the ECG. HRV and PRV signals were estimated and classical time and frequency domain indices were computed.


Main results: The middle-amplitude point of the PPG signal (n M ), the apex point of the first derivative ([Formula: see text]), and the tangent intersection point (n T ) are the most suitable fiducial points for PRV analysis, resulting in the lowest relative errors estimated between PRV and HRV indices and higher correlation coefficients and reliability indices. Statistically significant differences according to the Wilcoxon test between PRV and HRV signals were found for the apex and foot fiducial points of the PPG, as well as the lowest agreement between RR and PP series according to Bland-Altman analysis. Hence, these signals have been considered less accurate for variability analysis. In addition, the relative errors are significantly lower for n M and [Formula: see text] using Friedman statistics with a Bonferroni multiple-comparison test, and we propose that n M is the most accurate fiducial point. Based on our results, forehead PPG seems to provide more reliable information for a PRV assessment than finger PPG.


Significance: The accuracy of the pulse wave detection depends on the morphology of the PPG. There is therefore a need to widely define the most accurate fiducial point for performing a PRV analysis under non-stationary conditions based on different PPG sensor locations and signal acquisition techniques.


The bust apex is a very unique feature of your body. It is one of the most important points to find to make your pattern work for you. It is crucial to determine your bust apex in order to fit blouses, dresses, and in general outfits for your torso. It is an important region because it requires the most fullness.


The apex of a dart points towards the region which requires maximum fullness (your bust apex in this case). When we close a dart, we are basically creating a cone, adding volume to a certain region of the garment.


One of those concepts is where the bust apex is on a pattern. The bust apex is the most prominent point of the bust on each side of the body, and corresponds roughly with where the nipple is, though depending on individual shape/bra/etc, ie may be slightly higher, lower, or to the side of the nipple. The bust apex is also sometimes referred to as the bust point.


If your pattern has multiple darts, you can extend the line through the centers of the darts, and where they cross is where the pattern bust apex is. If your pattern has princess seams, the deepest part of the curve on both the side front and the center front corresponds to the bust apex. 59ce067264






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