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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)

See: account, amount, computation, corpus, denouement, outline, report, sum, synopsis

summation

the concluding statements made by opposing counsel in a case before a court.
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There will exist a closed form expression for the infinite summation over odd integers for sin(nz) divided odd powers of n and also for cos(nz) divided even powers of n.
Following the same procedure, a series for summation of n over n = 1,2,3 .
The super convergent series for the infinite summation over odd integers for sin(nz) divided even powers of n and also for cos(nz) divided odd powers of n thus obtained are:
Then we have the following summation for a noncommutative basic hypergeometric series of type I.
Further, we we have the following summation for a noncommutative basic hypergeometric series of type II.
The myth of the summation lures us into believing that a great orator call salvage the most far-fetched case.
The presentation of a summation must be consistent with the rest of the trial, and it must meet the expectations of the jury.
If the letter k represents a constant, then the summation of k is evaluated as the number of terms in the summation multiplied by k.
i], then we may factor the constant outside of the summation and write it as 2[summation][X.
Since the size of each item and the volume of quantities can be varied on a computer, the researchers plan to conduct further summation experiments with this technology.
It would be interesting, he adds, to give summation tests to chimps with no language training.