quadratic polynomial


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quadratic polynomial

[kwä′drad·ik ‚päl·ə′nō·mē·əl]
(mathematics)
A polynomial where the highest degree of any of its terms is 2.
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The effect of the MLTPA on smoking among young adults is significant under parametric models that are estimated using linear polynomial of age and under the model that is estimated using a quadratic polynomial of age but without any interaction terms.
The relationships between CWSI and leaf physiological indexes (Pn, Tr or gs) at noon could be described by quadratic polynomial equations.
Figure 3 shows the g-line for the slope model and its expression of the quadratic polynomial fitting ([R.
Higham, Mackey and Tisseur [6] generalized the concept of the hyperbolic quadratic polynomial by waiving the positive definiteness of the leading matrix A.
Using fixed effect coefficients in Table 2, the predicted BMI trajectory can be plotted as a quadratic polynomial function for each decade of diagnosis.
We end with a section on numerical experiments, where we also show that there does not exist a method that exhibits EBS for all quadratic polynomials.
cordata also depended on traffic intensity in 2010-2011 and was most adequately described by a monotone quadratic polynomial function (Fig.
where a is the vector of unknown coefficients of the quadratic polynomial in equation (9)
As we can see from the Table 1, for Drude like materials, we have linear and quadratic polynomials in [[omega].
A quadratic polynomial is then applied between the spectral peaks A, B and C to estimate the true peak which is located at point D.
Trend lines and quadratic polynomial regression equations were also shown in Figure 8 (a) and (b).
The two remaining values of x are the roots of the quadratic polynomial