principal root

principal root

[′prin·sə·pəl ′rüt]
(mathematics)
The positive real root of a positive number, or the negative real root in the case of odd roots of negative numbers.
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Clinical evaluation of the internal anatomy of the pulp chamber revealed 3 principal root canal orifices: Mesiobuccal, distobuccal, and palatal.
Light restriction promotes the development of adventitious roots in the shoot branches and, conversely, restricts the occurrence of fasciculate roots in the principal root system.
Table 2 and figure 5 show the comparisons between von Mises stress, maximum and minimum principal root stresses, cast post, and the cement, showing greater stress distribution in the cast post and, as the cement's elasticity modulus increases, the stress concentration at the root decreases.
Table 3 and figure 6 show the comparisons between von Mises stress, maximum and minimum principal root stresses, titanium post, and the cement, showing greater stress distribution in the titanium post.
The principal root of the discontent can be traced back to 2000 with the introduction of the AS level.
He said, 'We have found that the principal root causes of stress are income decline and loss of livelihood, isolation and the loss of a way of life.
It eliminates a principal root cause of system error and saves a lot of setup time besides.
ICANN is the non-profit body that recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the US government to begin the transition to taking over control of the main functions of the internet infrastructure: control of domain names and their registries, the principal root server and the assignment of blocks of IP addresses to regional registries (11/27/98).
Earlier, principal Roots Millenium School,Tehmeena Khalid said that their school has a great emphasize on personal hygiene of the students.
Naming the Divine as male or cloaking the Divine in male-only images is one of the principal roots of women's victimization.

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