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congruent

1. Maths having identical shapes so that all parts correspond
2. of or concerning two integers related by a congruence
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In addition to the above representation for congruent numbers we, for each of the above choices I and II, also have representations of congruent numbers in terms of a single variable, powers of a number and a special choice of 2 variables in terms of powers of a number, which are exhibited in the following table 1 and 2 respectively.
As barriers to enacting meaningful behaviors increase, so too does the difficulty of making the identity standard congruent with the reflected appraisal.
This article opens with a discussion of culture and its impact on the academic performance and behavioral outcomes of urban, African American male adolescents, continues with a profile of African American male adolescents, and closes with a set of culturally congruent strategies for addressing discipline with African American males in the school setting.
The last stage of constructivist career counseling would involve rehearsing the behavioral skills (Savickas, 1995) needed to change the current situation to one that is more congruent with the self and, ultimately, more satisfying to the individual.
The inevitable conclusion to such actions by the hierarchy is clear and disheartening to one raised in the Catholic faith, that is, to be a good Roman Catholic is not necessarily congruent with being a good Christian.
Schooling is certainly an easier object of policy focus than youth culture, but unless the values of schooling and of youth culture are congruent, then schooling is likely to lose.
These plans are congruent with such industry trends as SAN/NAS convergence, open SAN management, and the location of intelligence in the storage subsystem.
AccVerify SE 2002 is congruent with Microsoft's continued efforts to champion solutions that are accessible to all people, including those with disabilities," said Giovanni Mezgec, lead product manager for Microsoft FrontPage.
It would seem consistent with the statute to view the section 162 disallowance as congruent with a reallocation of deductions under section 482.
The Bushmans argue that the Mormon Church is a Christian denomination with beliefs generally congruent with those of other denominations.