noun Chiefly British.
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Origin of differential coefficient
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Example sentences from the Web for differential coefficient
He majored in mathematical physics, studying mind-bending theories of quantum mechanics and partial differential equations.
Tiebreakers are goal differential, greatest number of goals scored, and, further down, the drawing of lots.
Then, the U.S. and Portugal would be tied in points, goal differential, and goals scored.
That differential accounted for about 60 percent of the downward revision.
The efforts are proceeding slowly and tentatively because the price differential of the fuel is only one factor to consider.
A record is generally kept of the number of nucleated red cells seen during a differential count of leukocytes.
The differential count is best made upon a film stained with Wright's, Jenner's, or Ehrlich's stain.
Jenner's stain, which gives a somewhat similar picture, is preferred by many for differential counting of leukocytes.
The principal source of the irregularities was found in the concealed upper differential wheel of the Grubb slow motion.Photographs of Nebul and Clusters|James Edward Keeler
You,” said I. “You drive a nail as if it were an abstruse problem in differential calculus.The Idyl of Twin Fires|Walter Prichard Eaton