In perfect dramatic expression the personal equation is wholly eliminated.
We know that an observer of nature always has to know his own personal equation.
That is quite sufficient in regard to the personal equation.
The personal equation should count appreciably at such examinations.
Very generally this personal equation has been looked upon as a certain indefinable possession enjoyed by the favored few.
She was disappointed that the personal equation had had so little prominence.
The 'personal equation' is, in the ballad, a quantity at once immense and unknown.
It was the personal equation as supplied by her that made the thing impossible.
Allowance has to be made too for the personal equation of the observer, which is by no means inconsiderable.
They work out these things in the personal equation largely.
personal equation n.
A constant but slight error in judgment, perceptual response, or action that is specific to an individual and is so constant that it is usually possible to allow for it when assessing that person's statements or conclusions, thus arriving at approximate exactness.