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general term

[¦jen·rəl ′tərm]
(mathematics)
The general term of a sequence or series is an expression subscripted by an integer which determines any desired entry.
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Therefore, this approach would provide a definitive way for students to determine the general term in a number pattern by using the general equation of a linear or quadratic function.
Salmon's evidence for his view that the expression is a non-rigid general term is based on its behaviour in the first two premises of the following argument (that I will call "Argument (A)"):
Shin splints" is a general term that can refer to shin pain from a variety of causes including exertional compartment syndrome, claudication, stress fracture, stress syndrome and periostitis.
Researchers in Sweden have begun harnessing a fragment of the cholera toxin in a novel approach to thwarting autoimmune disease -- the general term for immune attacks against the body's own tissue.
Lymphoma is a general term for a group of cancers that originate in the lymphatic system.
Lymphoma is a general term for cancers that develop in the lymphatic system.
Tenders are invited for HS Bund - bookbinder work for the libraryConditions of financing and payment: General terms and conditions of the procurement office of the BMI in the version of 27 July 2016, General terms and conditions for the performance of services (VOL / B) as amended on 05 August 2003.
RAMALLAH, May 24, 2017 (WAFA) -- US President Donald Trump spoke in general terms about the peace process during his visit to the region and did not say anything specific, a senior Palestinian official said on Wednesday.
The main sale agreement that was signed by the parties contained a clause that stated that the Seller's general terms and conditions were incorporated into the main agreement.
In its annual governance indicators, the World Bank said Lebanon has fallen in general terms of rankings on five of the six indicators in 2007.
Other chapters are based on more sensational topics, such as bioterrorism and food, although this chapter discusses the subject in general terms.
Edited by Ernest Stromberg (associate professor in the Department of English, Communication and Journalism at California State University), American Indian Rhetorics Survivance: Word Medicine, Word Magic is an anthology of scholarly essays by learned authors discussing the rhetorical techniques and strategies of Native Americans in general terms.

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