- cross ratio
*noun***:**an anharmonic ratio in mathematics* * *

—**cross-ratio**,__adj.__*Geom.*a ratio relating four points in the real or complex plane. Also called**anharmonic ratio**.[1880-85]

*Useful english dictionary.
2012.*

- cross ratio
*noun***:**an anharmonic ratio in mathematics* * *

—**cross-ratio**,__adj.__*Geom.*a ratio relating four points in the real or complex plane. Also called**anharmonic ratio**.[1880-85]

*Useful english dictionary.
2012.*

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