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Moreover we have successfully improved those weighted Hardy-Sobolev inequalities by finding out sharp missing terms, as a result they turned out to be very useful in many aspects.
I have continued this practice of recording new or missing terms and I update the Index on a biennial basis.
For question 4 in each questionnaire the students were asked to supply the missing terms in two binomials that were multiplied together.
Accordingly, the no-retraction regime would be appealing if the missing terms were supplemented by terms most favorable (within the set of reasonable terms) to the enforced-against party.
In part 2 students find missing terms in patterns and write patterns for given everyday situations.
If a reader discovers missing terms or other flaws in the index, a useful tool will be lost, because that reader will probably not trust the index thereafter.
The user will then provide the missing terms on the Lisp server, using the interactive coding tool Intercoder.
Students often use this technique to establish missing terms in sequences.