ascending series


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ascending series

[ə′send·iŋ ′sir·ēz]
(mathematics)
A series each of whose terms is greater than the preceding term.
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The filled symbols indicate the results from the ascending series, and the open symbols indicate those from the second FE 0.005.
The filled symbols indicate the results from the ascending series and the open symbols those from the second FE 0.005.
Filled symbols indicate results from the ascending series, and open symbols indicate those from the second FE 0.005
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