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formula

noun avenue, axiom, canon, code, expedient, fixed expression, form, formulary, maxim, method, mode, model, phrase, postulate, prescribed prooedure, prescription, principle, proposition, recipe, rubric, rule, standard, theorem, usage
Associated concepts: formula instruction
See also: arrangement, avenue, comment, criterion, directive, expedient, expression, form, guide, method, mode, phrase, prescription, principle, rule, system, usage
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Tan also proposed empirical formula to calculate joint rotation what was in a good agreement with the test results.
From experimental studies there were obtained different empirical formulas for the penetration of an electron beam into matter.
For occupied pools, Shah (2003) gave the following empirical formula by curve fitting to available test data for [F.
For example, both stearic acid and isostearic acid have the same empirical formula and same molecular weight, but they have dissimilar physico-chemical properties.
In [2], an empirical formula is used for the approximation of the forming limit diagram (FLD).
Common fatty acids with an empirical formula matching species identified in methanol-chloroform extract of the sediment.
max] and damping ratio versus shear strain amplitude [gamma] and their parameters in the empirical formula of G/[G.
This list of elite firms, ranked by a hard empirical formula, hits the newsstands for the fifth consecutive year and illustrates the staying power of Latin America richest man in Carlos Slim.
Michael Powell, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, used last week's National Association of Broadcasters' annual convention as a forum to defend his plan to implement an empirical formula that would determine the diversity of print and broadcast voices in a market.
Examples of derivative data that are routinely used for a variety of purposes include the reduced cell (22a), the empirical formula and Pearson's symbol (22b).
An empirical formula that can be used to estimate the losses to the structure is as follows:

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