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OTHER WORDS FROM equationnon·e·qua·tion, noun
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The right-hand side of the equations describes the contents of the universe — anything that has mass and energy.
In other words, machines that augment or supersede organic biology and change the equation limiting the scope of how, where, and when “genetic” information can be shared and transferred.How Life Could Continue to Evolve - Issue 88: Love & Sex|Caleb Scharf|August 12, 2020|Nautilus
The scientists took this curve and developed a new mathematical equation to calculate a dog’s age.To figure out your dog’s ‘real’ age, you’ll need a calculator|Bethany Brookshire|August 12, 2020|Science News For Students
Whatever the reason, once these individuals become infected and are removed from the equation through death or immunity, the effect on the pandemic is outsized.Population immunity is slowing down the pandemic in parts of the US|David Rotman|August 11, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The equations of general relativity let them evolve independently, and, crucially, you can flatten the universe by changing either.
Perhaps, like Hawking searching for his elegant equation, filmmakers will never find the answer.
But vibrant industry requires solid infrastructure, which is where the Chinese government enters the equation.
Until that equation tips, individual Republicans may break ranks on gay rights, but the party remains a countercultural bastion.
“We want to take out those biases, those prejudices, out of the equation, to remove those barriers,” says Halfteck.How the Hiring Process Marginalizes Candidates on the Autism Spectrum|Joshua Rivera|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sadly, the “small room” part of that equation seems to have been a one-time thing.Beck’s Musical Time Machine: This Wasn’t a Concert. It was a Spectacular Party.|Andrew Romano|April 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now the trouble with the main proposition just quoted is that each side of the equation is used as the measure of the other.
In other words, it is a truism, mere equation in terms, telling nothing whatever.
The fundamental equation of the economist, then, is that the value of everything is proportionate to its cost.
We are ourselves a term in the equation, a note of the chord, and make discord or harmony almost at will.The Pocket R.L.S.|Robert Louis Stevenson
Inserting these values in our general equation and calculating the result, we obtain 18.1E6 as the value of the constant.
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Derived forms of equationequational, adjectiveequationally, adverb
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An expression of equality between two formulas in mathematics. The two formulas are written with an equal sign between them: 2 + 2 = 4 is an equation, as is E = mc2.