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(r&#x014D; r&#x014D;) [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:positioning|''Positioning'']] (q.v.) in which the distance from two known points is used to determine the location. Also called <b>range-range</b>. Other ways of determining location include rho-theta determinations, measurement of differences in distances, use of azimuthal systems, dead reckoning, etc. <b>Rho-rho-rho</b> measurements involve measuring distances from three known points.
 
(r&#x014D; r&#x014D;) [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:positioning|''Positioning'']] (q.v.) in which the distance from two known points is used to determine the location. Also called <b>range-range</b>. Other ways of determining location include rho-theta determinations, measurement of differences in distances, use of azimuthal systems, dead reckoning, etc. <b>Rho-rho-rho</b> measurements involve measuring distances from three known points.
 
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(rō rō) Positioning (q.v.) in which the distance from two known points is used to determine the location. Also called range-range. Other ways of determining location include rho-theta determinations, measurement of differences in distances, use of azimuthal systems, dead reckoning, etc. Rho-rho-rho measurements involve measuring distances from three known points.