This is a

common difference between American and Russian speaking: Americans are more vivid and visual; Russians are more straightforward and unemotional," Grant says.

The most

common difference is that competition kayaks are always seated and paddled with a double-bladed paddle, and competition canoes are generally kneeled and paddled with a single-bladed paddle.

I note that she didn't consider words where the

common difference is negative, such as USABLE, which has U=21, S+A=20, B+L+E = 19, forming an arithmetic progression with

common difference -1.

where r and d are called the common ratio and

common difference of the sequence {[a.

Using the sum of an arithmetic progression with

common difference 1, it can be shown that the nth triangular number is given by

But it marks a period of [what] could be potentially a new chapter - the chapter that is based on finding areas of common interest to focus on, rather than areas of

common difference, which had been the watchword for the last decade or so.

A

common difference between a professional and nonprofessional is that a professional learns every aspect of the job, whereas a nonprofessional avoids the learning process and considers it a waste of time.

Not necessarily the common denominator, but the

common difference.

Lowenstein and Prelec refer to this response pattern as the

common difference effect.

n] = a + (n - 1)d, where a is the first term, n is the number of terms and d is the

common difference between successive terms.

2]) is called the first (the second)

common difference of {[a.

Amron also discussed the

common difference between general cosmetic surgeons and dermatologic surgeons when approaching liposuction.