n,1] < n + 71, now using the previous inequality and (3), then it becomes trivial to deduce
that statement Z([x.
3) of Remark 2, we prove a Theorem which implies the Mersenne primes conjecture; moreover, from our Theorem, we immediately deduce
that the Mersenne primes conjecture that we solved, was only an elementary consequence of the Goldbach conjecture.
In general, I deduce
from the findings above that corpus-based information, if conveniently exploited in class, provides a positive output for oral language development.
And Holmes replies: "I deduce
,Watson, that someone has stolen our tent.
First abstract an ideal economy and deduce
some conclusions about it from accumulated theories of background knowledge.
The first in the line, in stores Friday, is the Facial Reconstruction Kit, which allows the investigator to deduce
facial features from a victim's skull and identify the killer from a series of clues.
So I can only deduce
that when an artist in the classical world comes out, no one gives a damn.
A forward solution (calculation of SCM signal from a dopant profile) was used to calculate a calibration curve, which could then be used to deduce
dopant profiles with spatial resolution of about 20 nm.
Although new emm sequences were identified in a survey in the United States (5), the percentage of new strains with new emm sequences was much lower (6%) than was found with these Malaysian isolates, emm typing of a larger number of strains from rheumatic fever-and rheumatic heart disease-endemic areas is required to deduce
amino acid sequences for the development of a suitable M protein-based vaccine.
The resulting library of line shapes and their expected images was used to deduce
the line shape, width, and separation of closely spaced polycrystalline silicon lines by comparison with top-down SEM images of the sample (the measurement configuration used in the semiconductor industry).