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summation

n. the final argument of an attorney at the close of a trial in which he/she attempts to convince the judge and/or jury of the virtues of the client's case. (See: closing argument)

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summation

the concluding statements made by opposing counsel in a case before a court.
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To deal with [summation over (n[not equal to]m)] we split the summation m[not equal to] n into the ranges n [less than or equal to] m/2, m/2 < n < 2m, n [greater than or equal to] 2m.
1] summations, immediately obtained from corresponding summations in Theorems 3.
Some immediate applications of Ramanujan's summation formula to arithmetic number theory are considered in [2, Sec.
If I could pass along only one tip about summations, it would be this, from the legendary trial attorney Moe Levine: Be yourself.
Work reaction-evoking examples into your summations.
N] be the value of the summation, by induction it is seen that the equation for recursion, at stage M, is given by:
N] denote the summation of the ai + bj terms, the recursion relationship is given by:
Each pair of subitized amounts could have been combined or summated to obtain an estimate of the tray totals, with the summations then compared before a choice was made.