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equivalence

[i′kwiv·ə·ləns]
(mapping)
In an equal-area map projection, the property of having the ratio between areas on the map the same as the ratio between corresponding areas on the earth's surface.
(mathematics)
A logic operator having the property that if P, Q, R, etc., are statements, then the equivalence of P, Q, R, etc., is true if and only if all statements are true or all statements are false.
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The UAE ministry has come to know that the word 'external' in the mark sheet reflects the method of evaluation and not place of study and notified that it has no objection to equivalence those degrees that meet all other certificate equivalency criteria.
Those applications that have been rejected previously will be reviewed and equivalency letters would be issued after meeting all other certificate equivalency conditions.
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OIC is a designated testing center for the National High School Equivalency Test.
NAIC President and Missouri Insurance Director John Huff said the European Union should grant equivalency that would allow insurers to participate in international markets under the new system, even without a negotiated covered agreement; the NAIC opposes the creation of a covered agreement.
That change has prompted more than 20 states to approve alternative high school equivalency exams.
The legal challenge of Nothern Gateway, advanced by Gitga'at First Nation and Coastal First Nations-Great Bear Initiative Society, said the province had abdicated its duty by signing an equivalency agreement with the NEB for the Northern Gateway pipeline project.
But there is a pernicious quality to those equivalency arguments that suggest malevolent intent on the part of journalists and overlook more complex realities about newsgathering.
Credentials Equivalency is a transparent process where applicants will be able to contact counselors through phone call and internet chat and the counselors will make the whole document verification service easier for them.
The Central Washington University High School Equivalency Program (CWU-HEP/GED) has been awarded a $20,000 One Voice for Higher Education grant by the Yakima Valley Community Foundation.
WASHINGTON -- The GED test, for decades the brand name for the high school equivalency exam, is about to undergo some changes.
"We are excited to see the United States sign an organic equivalency agreement with the EU," said Kibby Mitra, CEO, Natural Sourcing.