real line


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real line

[′rēl ′līn]
(mathematics)
A straight line of infinite extent upon which the real numbers are plotted according to their distance in a positive or negative direction from a point arbitrarily chosen as zero. Also known as number line.
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There is no real line between what you save and what you spend.
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A fuzzy subset A of the real line R with membership function [[mu].
Chapters describe proof and abstract mathematics, including induction, basic logic, elementary set theory, functions and relations, and basic number theory and combinatorics, then the basic concepts of analysis, including limits of sequences of real numbers and functions, infinite series, the structure of the real line, and continuous functions.
In the recent months, I've observed, just like yesterday (Monday), that when it comes to voting on issues and other things, sometimes you can see the real line of the majority and the true minority - the true majority and the true minority.
In defence I believe we are organised and structured, but we lack real line speed and aggression.
In this example, the two copies of the real line are [L.
They also have real line speed in defence and are physical around the contact area.