bipartite cubic

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bipartite cubic

[bī′pär‚tīt ′kyü·bik]
(mathematics)
The points satisfying the equation y 2= x (x - a)(x - b).
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While the cubic function does not directly test whether small banks have advantages in loaning to small business, a finding that the underlying firm size function is a cubic is consistent with such an hypothesis.
A cubic function that is continuous, and has a continuous first and second derivative is employed to represent the angular position of the motor the derivative of which gives the angular velocity.