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pentad

[′pen‚tad]
(climatology)
A period of 5 consecutive days, often preferred to the week for climatological purposes since it is an exact factor of the 365-day year.
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And six mass members with elements of the chromatic pentads conform to three pairs (up and down) of chromatic states (red, green, blue).
The light pentad contains three diagonal matrices ([[beta].
Each chromatic pentad also contains three diagonal matrices corresponding to three coordinates and two antidiagonal mass matrices - one for top quark state and the other--for bottom quark state.
This generalization is the sum of products of the coordinate matrices of the light pentad and covariant derivatives of the corresponding coordinates plus product of all the eight mass matrices (two of light and six of chromatic) and the corresponding mass numbers.
Pentad Solutions was founded in 2008 as a technical consultancy, and through its Pentad Analytics subsidiary has built one of the premier web analytics consultancies in the Northwest.
Society Consulting, formerly Pentad Solutions, has quickly grown to over 100 employees and was recently voted one of Seattle Business Magazine's 100 Best Small Companies to Work For in 2011.
As of Tuesday, November 1, 2011, Pentad has agreed to merge with Octane Data LLC, a Kirkland-based data strategy and business intelligence consulting firm.
Chad Richeson, formerly Founder at Octane Data LLC, will become Chief Executive Officer of Pentad Solutions.
John Bergen, President of Pentad Solutions, will retain responsibility for Pentad's technical consulting division.
Amanda Aasen, formerly Controller of Builders Capital, has joined Pentad as Controller and will oversee its financial functions.
We are excited to have Chad and Amanda join the team," said John Bergen, President and Cofounder of Pentad Solutions.