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Rectangle

In technical analysis, a situation in which the price of a security stays within a fairly narrow band. It is called a rectangle because the resistance price and the support price, when drawn as lines, look vaguely like a rectangle.

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rectangle
In technical analysis, a chart pattern in which the price of a security bounces back and forth between two horizontal lines. Because a rectangle is thought to occur when stock is being distributed or accumulated by knowledgeable investors, a major price movement is expected once the stock breaks out of the rectangle formation.
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Pins The material should be cut in two rectangles and one square FROM: BLOG.
Solution: The thing to do is to click inside the color sample rectangle, and then, while still holding the left-click down, click-drag [FIG 1-2] to the area that you want to sample.
Center the fabric rectangle right side up over the towel, extending the short ends 1" beyond the towel short edges; pin or use temporary spray adhesive to secure.
In Figure 2, the rectangle ABCD is reconstructed from the rectangle AB'C'D' and the point B.
Row 2 (WS): P5, p2tog (1 st from the rectangle and 1 st from tier 1 rectangle), turn.
3 Cut each sheet of filo pastry into 4 rectangles then cover the pastry with a damp tea towel to stop it drying out.
Cut into eight rectangles approximately 10cm x 5cm.
If either duad of opposite sides of a rectangle consist of two kinds of colored points altogether, then we term either transversal side "one [T.
4) Glue the back of this black rectangle to a piece of black scrapbooking cardstock.
I decided to consider only those squares and rectangles that are dense, which means that all N+M words in its NxM grid are different.
Use the Line tool to draw a rectangle in the lower right-hand corner of the rectangle (figure 2-9).
lines on one side with a chocolate dacquoise rectangle.