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 noun metrology Symbol for the
deciwatt , anSI unit ofpower equal to 10−1watts .
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The above equation can also be written as dGDPn/GDPn = dW/W + dQ/Q

The total energy E is equal to the energy taken out in “work” W plus energy acuumulated in entropy time temperature dE =  dW + TdS and for certain systems one integrates the change of these quantities.

For nonisolated systems we extend the law as dQ = dU + dW, where dQ is the differential of the amount of heat added to the system (in a reversible manner).

Whatever the case, in 1948, my father's first wit# dW of a lung disease, perhaps TB.

W cWc xWd Wdx cW cWd xWx Wxc dW cWx W2c Wxd xW dWc Wcd W2x

• Applications in finance e.g. simulation based on SDE (return on asset) dS t drift + Brownian motion dt dW t St • Requires fast pseudorandom or Quasirandom number generator •

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