Herzog's mathematical equation
used in his trademarked COLOR CODING DNA[R] process.
The following mathematical equation
will determine the amount of overall tax savings (or cost) that may be realized through current gifts of property to an FLP.
The 'Poker Face' hitmaker told Glamour magazine that she is not conventionally beautiful and if there was some sort of mathematical equation
for beauty, she doesn't know if she would be the algorithm, the Daily Express reported.
This extensive experience led to the development of “AXIS CORE[R]”, a mathematical equation
to predict and change behavior, as well as a Quantum Reaction Theory: COLOR CODING DNA[R], to help better understand the foundation of the makeup of an individual in regard to performance.
Whereas a mathematical equation
can adequately describe a given set of observations, it may be missing the needed universality for making predictions.
TOne is that the explanation of a complicated mathematical equation
will be met with applause and cheers.
THE Welsh language play Dim Diolch (No Thanks) follows the remarkable life story of George Price, the self-taught American scientist who became the first person to express selflessness in a mathematical equation
To those who sent me them, whom I've failed to get back to, can I do so now by offering a well-known mathematical equation
to sum up your findings: My auntie (+ testicles) = My uncle.
And so, in time for the arrival today of the Year of the Monkey, Dr Qiang Zhao and Dr Jim Al-Khalili have come up with an explanatory mathematical equation
Criss has devised a mathematical equation
that relies upon a time-tested ratio between oxygen-16 [sup.16]O; a common isotope, comprising 99.8% of the oxygen in water) and oxygen-18 ([sup.18]O; a much scarcer isotope, comprising only about 1 in every 500 atoms).
WELSH language play Dim Diolch (No Thanks), has started a North Wales tour and follows the life story of George Price, the self-taught American scientist who became the first person to express selflessness in a mathematical equation
According to the Independent, Erwin Schrodinger won the Nobel honor for Physics in 1933 for the introduction of Schrodinger's wave, a mathematical equation
of wave mechanics that is still the most widely used piece of Mathematics in modern quantum theory.