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complementary function

[‚käm·plə′men·trē ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
Any solution of the equation obtained from a given linear differential equation by replacing the inhomogeneous term with zero.
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This confusion about the differences between democracy's complementary functions like lawmaking and voting is, in its own way, rather illuminating, as the shared shortcoming in the books suggests a broader breakdown in democratic understanding that helped engender the very crisis they were written to address.
Today, royalty and representative government have important complementary functions. As Walter Bagehot described in his 1867 book "The English Constitution," Parliament handles the practical "efficient functions" of governing while the monarchy handles the largely ceremonial "dignified functions."
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Let [OMEGA] be a bounded domain in [R.sup.N] (N [greater than or equal to] 1) with Lipschitz boundary, M,P be two N-functions, and [bar.M], [bar.P] be the complementary functions of M, P, respectively.
where {[[delta].sub.i]([epsilon])} is an asymptotic sequence and functions [[PSI].sub.i]([bar.x]) are the complementary functions that depend on [bar.x].
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Where [psi] and [phi] are the complementary functions of [phi] and [gamma] respectively.
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