curve to

curve to

To bend in a particular direction. I swung the bat but missed because the ball curved to the left at the last second.
See also: curve

curve to something

to bend or bow toward something, some direction, or some place. The road curved to the left. One of her toes curves to the right.
See also: curve
References in classic literature ?
The discussion was hot, and neither would give up his chosen curve to his adversary.
Colour in your Snowflake Curve to make it look unique and attractive.
With all that in mind, let's think about what causes the processed curve to have the characteristic shape of Figure 1.
Using the yield curve to predict whether or not the economy will be in a recession in the future, we estimate that the expected chance of the economy being in a recession next August at 2.76 percent, up a bit from July's reading of 2.46 percent and June's probability of 1.99 percent.
Beginning in June, Samsung will bring the curve to life on billboards with a striking version of the Samsung Curved UHD TV.
Choose a fashion curve to make the following four pattern alterations.
In some circumstances, an investigator may have no knowledge of the theoretical relationship connecting Y and X but it may still be necessary to fit a curve to the data eg to be able to predict Y for a new value of X.
Despite the evidence linking the yield curve to economic growth, and even though yield-curve inversions preceded the two most recent recessions, many have suggested that the yield curve no longer reliably predicts economic growth.
What if a stylist wants that curve to invoke the feeling of acceleration or tension, sharpness or softness?
In my next column, we will look at how you can change the shape of a value curve to develop a clear differential advantage in the market.
The conveyor allows variation in the angle of the curves and in the length of the three straight sections, between the curves and from each curve to the end of the conveyor.
The software applies a third order polynomial fit curve to the measured curve in order to yield more consistent absorption numbers.
Because the curve is based on sound concepts and industry standards (tempered by institutional experience), a facilities director can use the curve to demonstrate both today's need and the needs over the next five years.
Stated somewhat differently, an increase in the expected price level shifts the SRAS curve to the left.