normal extension


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normal extension

[′nȯr·məl ik′sten·chən]
(mathematics)
An algebraic extension of K of a field k, contained in the algebraic closure of k, such that every injective homomorphism of K into , inducing the identity on k, is an automorphism of K.
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'This is just a normal extension to allow all the necessary shareholders to be reached.
The Drawbar design also enables higher loadings than are usually possible in a normal extension spring design.
"We thank God for our success in establishing the Global Center for Fighting Extremism, a normal extension of Islam as a religion of moderation, peace, justice and cohesion.
A normal extension is a fibration such that its kernel pair projections are trivial extensions.
I personally always have loved experiencing new food, traveling around, so having a show was just a normal extension for me to something that I do without the cameras anyway," she adds.
Therefore, the project will be developed through a normal extension [adding more land on which to expand current lands] on which the developers can build their projects, but it takes time and needs planning, because there is a problem of non-facilitated lands in this city.
"If there's normal extension, they are not cutting their arm (motion) off, and they're throwing freely.''
"What is happening in Hadramout is a normal extension of what is taking place in Aden.
In any other respect there as yet has been no indication that search engines will treat generic extensions any differently to a normal extension.
A perfectly normal extension of the U.S.-Philippine security agreement turned into an occasion to bemoan China's claims on what former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the "West Philippine Sea."
Performing an at-home physical examination is much easier than you might think; in fact, the examination should be a normal extension of the regular attention you give your cat.