from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the calculus, an upper or a lower limit. Thus in ∫baƒdx, the numbers a and b are the end-values of x.
- n. In function-theory. Same as end-point, 2.
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Sonjica said that under the GNEP, "fuel would be distributed" to countries but South Africa "has taken a decision to beneficiate its minerals ... in other words to end-value the minerals in South Africa and that would include uranium."
As an experiment, I tried grafting the post-1980 instrumental record onto the reconstruction and see what that did to the smooth through end-value influence.
Only enter the beginning-value and the end-value and click on Calculate.