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2]/ha), diversity--H' (nats/individual) and equability (J) in four microenvironments in the municipality of Coqueiral, Minas Gerais state, Brazil.
On the other hand, from the configuration of the sky Poe (1848: 51) concluded that the stars have a "certain general uniformity, equability, or equidistance, of distribution," which corresponds to Albert Einstein's subsequent ideas regarding the uniformity in distribution of the densities of matter in cosmic space (the isotropic distribution).
Also, age did not show meaningful difference to other variables (p>0/05) After discussion Box test, Box sM-10/311, F-l/451, Sig-0/171) and confirmation of equability of variances of two groups, MANCOVA test was used for discussion pre tests points pertain to before intervention of education of life skills on assertiveness, interpersonal relations and self esteem of indistinct boys in experiment and witness group.
The way of calculating the bar strains is presented here below: all bars are considered to be sectioned; the sectioned bars are replaced by their unknown axial internal force in the bar; the equability of each node is expressed by equations, resulting thus 3n equations with (b + r) unknown values,
A solution to discriminatory DNA inclusion would be a universal database, which would ensure equability.
The "only connect" ideal opposes imperialism, hegemony and class hierarchy; it believes in freedom, equability, ration; it emphasizes the importance of personal relations, the harmony between individuals and the cultivation of spiritual world.
Ordinal Dominance, being dominated, transitiveness and equability
In application of axiom 3 we shall translate the ordinal scale of the three methods of MULTIMOORA in another one based on Dominance, being Dominated, Transitivity and Equability.
In application of Axiom 3 Brauers and Zavadskas (2011) translated the ordinal scale of the three methods of MULTIMOORA in another one based on Dominance, being Dominated, Transitivity and Equability.