dependent equation

dependent equation

[di¦pen·dənt i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation is dependent on one or more other equations if it is satisfied by every set of values of the unknowns that satisfy all the other equations.
A set of equations is dependent if any member of the set is dependent on the others.
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The integration of equation (4) is the dependent equation of crack length function to the cycles number.
As it was shown above in the equations (16)-(17) the time dependent equations are nonlinear and their Laplace transformation could be produced only by changing the equations the equivalent, which could be transformed.
The temporal problem of equation 2 was solved using standard finite difference techniques for time dependent equations (ref.