complex unit


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complex unit

[′käm‚pleks ′yü·nət]
(mathematics)
Any complex number, x + iy, whose absolute value, √(x 2+ y 2), equals 1.
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The formula(11) allows us to multiply many complex units at once, as follows:
Even more, formula (12) allows us to multiply many complex units at once, as follows:
Due to the nature of the battalion mission and the uniquely skilled sections, we had to support many uncommon and complex unit requirements.
My squadron, like most in the Navy, is a complex unit tasked with high-tempo ops that include daily operational commitments and regularly scheduled aircraft maintenance.
Here, we look at three complex unit build projects and examine customer outsourcing goals, hidden cost drivers and jointly developed OEM-EMS strategies for minimizing these costs.
Common information need be entered only once, complex unit conversions are performed automatically, and design parameters are easily applied to generate multiple experiments as needed, says the company.
Common information need only be entered once, complex unit conversions are performed automatically, and design parameters are easily applied to generate multiple experiments as required.
Common information need only be entered once, complex unit conversion are performed automatically, and design parameters are easily applied to generate multiple experiments as needed.
After the demo, we were convinced that this product, more than any other, had the necessary flexibility to meet our complex unit needs.
The CompleteHeat is a complex unit and should be installed by professionals.
Field noted that at first the therapists were considered "something of a nuisance" by overstressed NICU staff members who were less than welcoming of any new variables in their already complex unit.
A more complex unit, the Trafficmaster YQ at pounds 149.

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