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- n. Plural form of cubic.
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There is logarithms although that is printed tables and also the contest between Tartaglia and Fior, where Tartaglia developed a new method of solving cubics, and won 30 dinners from Fior.
The part passing through Serbia should be 450 kilometres (270 miles), with capacity of at least 20 billion cubics of gas per year.
"Some people (are) even wanting to mix diamonds with cubics (cubic zirconia) so it would not be completely ungenuine."
Discuss intersection of conic sections, plane cubics, etc.
Two cubics-exaggerated Chebyshev polynomials to show all the kinks-tilted relative to each other, and showing nine intersections.
Curves of genus 1 as smooth plane cubics homogenous degree 3 (also called "cubic") polynomial in three variables, such that at no point all the three derivatives of f are simultaneously zero, then the nus (E) − 1 = − 2 + 4 / 2 = 0 is a smooth algebraic curve of genus 1, and instead, and the intersection is to be understood with multiplicities.
"(Chorus of screams and laughter from children who can factorise cubics before lunch.)