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  • Then consider the number that is the product (a multiple) of these primes plus one, i.e. 1x2x3x5x7x ..... xn +1.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • φ (x1, ¦, xn) of L in A, their images under e satisfy the same formula in B; in symbols

    First-order Model Theory

  • φ (x1, ¦, xn) of L such that in every model of T, the formulas φ and R (x1, ¦, xn) are satisfied by exactly the same n-tuples

    First-order Model Theory

  • For concreteness, consider a differential equation system, such as dx ‰ „ ‰ dt = Fx for a set of variables x = x1, x2, ¦, xn.

    Chaos

  • If P is an n-place predicate, and x1, ¦, xn are discourse referents, then

    Discourse Representation Theory

  • If we perform what amounts to a substitution of variables and take our spatial dimensions to be xn* = xn/c, where

    The Equivalence of Mass and Energy

  • I do find the implicit assertion that trw = f(temp) as opposed to trw = f( temp, precip, x1, x2, …, xn) a bit difficult to understand.

    Wilson et al 2007 « Climate Audit

  • G is consistent iff for every fact x in F#, not both x ˆˆ G and xn ˆˆ G;

    Facts

  • Traditionally one defines the distance between two points (x1, ¦, xn) and (y1, ¦, yn) of a numerical manifold as the positive square root of

    Nineteenth Century Geometry

  • Each particular value system (x1, ¦, xn) is called an element of the manifold.

    Nineteenth Century Geometry

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