The correction is additive for temperatures above 62°, and subtractive for temperatures below 62°.
The additive was relaxation and his world was to be as commonplace as the hearth.
The correction is additive for all temperatures above 62°, and subtractive for temperatures below 62°.
It is, however, better to employ the additive effect of a definite number of feeble make-and-break shocks.
From these it is obvious that the result is due to the additive effects of many simple illusions of angle.
Conversely, indefinite integrals are indeterminate to the extent of an additive constant.
Bearing in mind the additive effects of stimulus we see that its effective intensity increases with the duration of application.
(d) additive effect on current of response, root-tip a negative, and growing region A positive.
The additive effect of stimulus of light and gravity is seen illustrated in figure 180.
These quantities are additive for years after 1800, and subtractive for years before that epoch.
additive ad·di·tive (ād'ĭ-tĭv)
A substance added in small amounts to something else to improve, strengthen, or otherwise alter it.
Noun A substance added in small amounts to something else to improve, strengthen, or otherwise alter it. Additives are used for a variety of reasons. They are added to food, for example, to enhance taste or color or to prevent spoilage. They are added to gasoline to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, and to plastics to enhance molding capability.