Mathematics

  • What is Coprime Integer?

    coprime In mathematics, two integers a and b are coprime, relatively prime or mutually prime if the only positive integer…

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  • Hermitian

    Hermitian What does Hermitian mean? A Hermitian matrix is a matrix that is equal to its conjugate transpose. This generalizes…

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  • anti-

    anti- What is a word for anti? antithetical, conflicting, contrary, incompatible, inconsistent, paradoxical, adverse, contradictory, discordant, hostile, inimical, negative, opposed,…

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  • Schrdinger, Erwin Rudolf Alexander (18871961)

    Schrdinger, Erwin Rudolf Alexander (18871961) What did Schrdinger’s cat experiment prove? Schrodinger constructed his imaginary experiment with the cat to…

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  • initialize

    initialize Is it initialize or initialise? Theoretically, there should be separate spellings depending on your system’s locale settings. If it’s…

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  • sifting property

    sifting property This is called the “sifting” property because the impulse function d(t-?) sifts through the function f(t) and pulls…

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  • semiprime

    semiprime How do you know if a number is a semiprime? Semiprime numbers have no composite numbers as factors other…

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  • observation

    observation What are observation examples? The definition of an observation is the act of noticing something or a judgment or…

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  • exhaustive

    exhaustive What does fully exhaustive mean? adjective. If you describe a study, search, or list as exhaustive, you mean that…

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  • Whitehead, Alfred North (18611947)

    Whitehead, Alfred North (18611947) Alfred North Whitehead (18611947) was a British mathematician and philosopher best known for his work in…

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  • substitution group

    substitution group What is a substitution group? A substitution group is a list of global elements that can be present…

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  • greedy algorithm

    greedy algorithm A greedy algorithm is an approach for solving a problem by selecting the best option available at the…

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  • Taylor’s Theorem

    Taylor’s Theorem From Taylor’s theorem: sinx=N?n=0f(n)(a)n! (x?a)n+f(N+1)(z)(N+1)! What does Rolles theorem say? What is Mclarens theorem? How do you calculate…

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  • completeness axiom of the real numbers

    completeness axiom of the real numbers Completeness Axiom: Any nonempty subset of R that is bounded above has a least…

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  • square-integrable

    square-integrable What is square-integrable function in quantum mechanics? A square integrable function is one whose square has a non-divergent integral.…

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