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equal

[′ē·kwəl]
(mathematics)
Being the same in some sense determined by context.
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2] The myriameter is equal to rather more than 10,936 cubic yards English.
Because we are floating in space, my dear captain, and in space bodies fall or move (which is the same thing) with equal speed whatever be their weight or form; it is the air, which by its resistance creates these differences in weight.
And if you are not crushed by such a pressure, it is because the air penetrates the interior of your body with equal pressure.
Finally, for n [less than or equal to] m [less than or equal to] n + s- 1 and n [greater than or equal to] 0, we deduce (2.
Additionally, because the production should include only 400 units of product A and at least 300 units of product B, the inequalities expressing respectively the restrictions are A [less than or equal to] 400 (3) and B [greater than or equal to] 300 (4).
For all integers d, g with d [less than or equal to] 16 and 1 [less than or equal to] g [less than or equal to] 3 W does not contain any smooth curve C of genus g and degree d with dim((C)) = 3.
Indeed, if a posemigroup (S, *, [less than or equal to]) is injective, then the underlying semigroup (S, *) is injective in the category of all semigroups, because every semigroup can be considered as a discretely ordered posemigroup, and homomorphisms of discretely ordered posemigroups are just the homomorphisms of underlying semigroups.
i]: 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] n} and E(S([K.
Part (a) and Part (b) have been proved for outerplanar graphs [15], and graphs with [DELTA] [greater than or equal to] 12 which can be embedded in a surface of nonnegative characteristic [2].
Y, if and only if ([for all] x [member of] X)([for all] y [member of] Y)(x [not equal to] y).
SDFNs di Ilaxasib ge Twahangana[not equal to]gaesa [bra.
rho](x,y)] for all x [less than or equal to] y in P, where p denotes the rank function of P.