open ball

open ball

[′ō·pən ′bȯl]
(mathematics)
In a metric space, an open set about a point x which consists of all points that are less than a fixed distance from x.
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Long ball, we win the first one, open ball and we lose that challenge when we could have shot it anywhere, the stand or wherever.
S Stay open ball valve with push pipe, shower pull rod & for eyewash as per IS 10592-1982 including inlet & drain 11/4 inches BSP including required fixtures to connect with the existing water line of H.
A Ball in neutrosophic crisp topology is an open ball (r, [epsilon], p), r is radius
In this particular instance, an open ball problem can result from using the wrong thermal profile.
ANIRBAN LAHIRI has challenged his proud dad to do something with his cherished hole-in-one Open ball.
Then, the open ball {z [member of] H : [absolute value of z] < r} does not contain any zero of p, where r is the only positive root of the real polynomial
He added, "It's still an open ball game for companies to come a long and out-Google Google.
If a distance d is defined, it is possible to define the following: B(x, r) = {y [member of] X; d(x, y) < r} open ball of center x and radius r.
is called the open ball with center x and radius r with respect to t.
Designed specifically for dielectric fluids such as Fluorinert, the pump includes an open ball bearing that stabilizes the position of the gears and, thus, minimizes friction.
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