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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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Using mathematical formulas and correlating statistics does not make economics into a scientific theory.
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The competing AES candidates were sophisticated mathematical formulas called algorithms.
A Food Safety Consortium team at the University of Arkansas (Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, 203 Engineering Hall, Fayetteville, AR 72701) is devising various mathematical formulas to predict bacterial inactivation.
Encryption programs are mathematical formulas that scramble messages sent over data networks.
Models, mathematical formulas or equations that state the relationships between important factors (variables) in a problem or system provide an efficient way to study relationships.
Among the unique functionality is the ability for users to post images, which in conjunction with the symbols editor function, can be used to post mathematical formulas when posing questions and participating in discussions.
Advertising Media uses examples from actual advertising campaigns to teach basic mathematical formulas relative to media planning, and then builds on those skills to tackle more advanced concepts as media buying, manipulating data, calculating media costs and working with flowcharts.
During his j ourney in this strange world, geometric solids and mathematical formulas float through the air, including an innocent-looking equation: [1782.
But mathematical formulas such as this can only give a general idea because they are based on the average, healthy individual and not overweight or obese people.
Special sections cover workpiece materials and insert application and geometry; data and technical guidelines that discuss wiper inserts, back facing guidelines; and common turning insert failure modes as well as the necessary mathematical formulas typically used in calculations relating to turning.
To determine the right amount, adjusters have drawn on a variety of mathematical formulas, claims experience if they have it, intuition and, sometimes, personal experience.

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