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real part

[′rēl ¦pärt]
(mathematics)
The real part of a complex number z = x + iy is the real number x.
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We can find from Figure 3(a) that the resonance dips are almost kept fixed as the temperature increases; however, the value of the real part of [n.sub.eff] will become bigger and bigger as the temperature increases.
Figures 3 and 4 represent the solitary wave of the real part of [E.sub.2](x, t) in (32) and [N.sub.2](x, t) in (33) for -5 [less than or equal to] x [less than or equal to] 5, 0 [less than or equal to] t [less than or equal to] 1.
Klopp added, "There is no risk with him, because he is a naturally fit boy, and in the moment when he can start to be a real part of the sessions, he will then immediately be fit again.
The different parts of a complex number are the real part and the imaginary part and both of these are denoted by a real number.
Manager Darren Williams said: "We're a real part of the community and are looking to support local charities, projects and host a variety of events and activities that everyone can enjoy."
The real-value Morlet is the real part of the complex version of the Morlet wavelet.
Take the real part (I signal path) of received signal in channel 1, for example, to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed method.
I've been skating since I was nine years old, but it became a real part of my life and identity when I turned 14.
"It's a real part of British life but he's done nothing for years, or put money in."
Wearing heels is a real part of our femininity, however, as our intellectual prowess is a real part of our legal acumen.
"It is great to bring RWC 2015 and Japan to Warwick and we hope to make the community feel a real part of the tournament." Japan Head Coach Eddie Jones said: "We are looking forward to staying at Warwick School and Brighton College and experiencing Rugby World Cup 2015 not only in the match venues but also Brighton and Warwickshire."