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addend

[′a‚dend]
(mathematics)
One of a collection of numbers to be added.
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Being C = mass/volume and noting that [DELTA][??] is force/volume, one infers that F [approximately equal to] ma in the case where v[??] can be neglected with respect to the former addend. As it is known, force and acceleration are parallel vectors in the non-relativistic approximation only; since both C and v are arbitrary, in general they are expected to contribute at increasing v to the relativistic limit [absolute value of v] [right arrow] c where reasonably the second addend becomes important.
Recently we have succeeded in the selective synthesis of different types of water-soluble fullerene derivatives possessing 4-8 organic addends attached to the cages of C60 and C70 fullerenes [21-24].
In the right-hand side of Equation (41), the first addend represents the contribution to the change in flux due to the current.
Martinez: Meet frequently with your carrier reps, challenge your carriers with ongoing rate improvement initiatives and zone skipping opportunities, and addend your pricing agreement as needed.
For real applications a specific receiver is immobilized on the sensor surface which is supposed to interact with a potential addend ligature to be determined.
"I came last year not fully knowing what to expect but I have been back four times since and I fully encouraged more people to addend this year," said Democratic Youth Community of Europe chairman Jani Johansson.
1st addend: For any g [member of] G with normal direction [[gamma].sub.g] (i.
(a) All elements in every row s, s = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 of the generalised array contain the addend [b.sub.s].
To Insure Perfect Solutions Addend plus Addend equals Sum or Addend + Addend Sum In both instances the plus sign, a symbol of operation, is used to indicate that the numbers are to be added.
The right-shifting needed to represent the smaller addend (0.00001) with the same exponent as the larger addend (1000.0) in preparation for adding the two numbers forced nonzero bits out of the 23-bit range of bits comprising the significand of the smaller addend.
where the first addend considers changes in quality related to updates, while the second one is related to the overall quality of query results.