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Thus, inverse square root can be derived in (3) based on the parity of number [alpha] (even and odd).
Figure 3 shows that reading a square root off a slide rule typically involved finding the number (in this case 52) on the A scale and using the cursor to find the result on the C scale, mentally adjusting appropriately for the magnitude of the numbers.
The variation of raised cosine and its square root pulses in frequency domain is clearly visible in the sketches of these time domain expressions.
After three years of wrangling, the state Board of Education recently adopted "back-to-basics" math standards that require third-graders to memorize multiplication tables, fourth-graders to do long division, and seventh-graders to (sort of) calculate square roots without electronic aids.
2] factor inside the square root with a y factor outside the square root to reduce the risk of underflow or overflow.
Percent MSV would equal the square root of the sum of the squares of the percent equipment, operator and sample variations.
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Simply divide the operating weight by the gross weight, derive the square root and multiply the result by the gross weight [V.
In An Imaginary Tale, Paul Nahin tells the 2,000-year-old history of one of mathematics' most elusive numbers, the square root of minus one, also know as i, and recreates the baffling mathematical problems that conjured it up and the colorful characters who tried to solve them.
The solubility of hydrogen in aluminum varies directly with temperature and the square root of pressure.
4 also gives users the ability to add voltage-controlled variable gain stages, low-corner frequency bilinear low-pass filters, sum/difference integrators and square root functions to their analog circuit designs -- simply by dragging and dropping Configurable Analog Modules (CAMs).