basic solution

basic solution

[′bā·sik sə′lü·shən]
(industrial engineering)
A solution to a linear program model, consisting of m equations in n variables, obtained by solving for m variables in terms of the remaining (n-m) variables and setting the (n-m) variables equal to zero.
(mathematics)
In bifurcation theory, a simple, explicitly known solution of a nonlinear equation, in whose neighborhood other solutions are studied.
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Uric acid is virtually insoluble in water or common organic solvents, but it can be dissolved in basic solution such as aqueous solutions of [Li.sub.2]C[O.sub.3] (1), KOH (2), NaOH (3), and ammonium hydroxide (4,5).
For the extraction, they placed the rice straw fibers in a basic solution, then moved them to an acidic solution containing enzymes.
The most basic solution to assist in dryer diagnostics is a microprocessor-based control system.
The basic solution is pretty much the same as grandma taught--clean, clean, clean.
* Have students experiment to create a neutral solution starting with a basic solution (one part ammonia diluted with three parts water) and an acidic solution (one part vinegar, three parts water).
However, as the term 'improvements' suggests, the basic idea of the simplex algorithm to move from an extreme point (basic solution) to an adjacent extreme point of the polytope has been maintained.
Zahra confirmed their liberal presence to confront any occupation, any freedom suppression but this can only happen in the presence of a capable, strong,just,open and responsible state, adding that "political stability is the only and basic solution to keep citizens in their homeland and we will do our best to preserve it".