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extension field

[ik′sten·chən ‚fēld]
(mathematics)
An extension field of a given field E is a field F such that E is a subfield of F. Also known as extension.
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Hamisi Chondo, Agriculture field extension officer for Jomvu subcounty, says Mombasa is very arable for Amaranthus (Mchicha) growing.
Besides, he said that they will also impart training to the members of the provincial field extension departments on hybrid rice cultivation.
We denote by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] the field extension obtained by adjoining to F the coordinates of all t-power division points of E.
Transcendental valued field extensions became an important, but also difficult, area of research lately, due to the complexity of the analysis and characterization of the extensions of their valuations, from K to K([X.sub.1],...,[X.sub.n]), when the transcendental degree is larger than 1.
(1) Rather, field extension of the GML usually explores the general relation between relative reinforcement availability and relative response allocation.
Six years later, she became the department's field extension agent for 12 northeastern states.
GO Science, which provides solutions in seismic exploration, life of field extension, undersea asset integrity inspection and survey, acoustic arrays, electro-magnetic arrays, surveillance, communications and ocean sensing, catering to energy, defence and homeland security customers, will be run as a separate business as part of Thalassa.
Inclusion of the Nasutus Oil field extension increased 2C contingent resources by 105% from 0.53 to 1.09 MMstb.
It provides detailed engineering for life of field extension, facilities engineering, equipment specification and project management for projects in the North Sea and further afield.
The project would be a conversion of 500 miles of part of the Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Pipeline system plus a 210 mile green field extension from central Kansas to Cushing.
Two of the arrested were officials form Concord International; James Matut a field extension officer and James Ayual technician officer.
Poor logistic support for field extension staff is another area where corruption could be identified to play a significant role in undermining agricultural extension development and practice.