formulas

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  • All that was left was the company's good will and its formulas.
  • Together they discovered over two dozen new formulas and published two papers on their methods.
  • The result is then obtained by taking the mean of the two formulas.
  • Care should be taken when using formulas taken from different sources.
  • Standard formulas for wave height and length are used, which take ship size into account.
  • There are more complicated formulas that attempt to take these effects into account.
  • He made his notes and formulas available to others wishing to cast glass.
  • Taking as given these formulas, one can prove that only two real functions satisfy those conditions.
  • One can simply keep practicing the first two or three formulas without any harm.
  • It is made of fish oil instead of the egg based formulas more widely in use.
  • Formulas used in science almost always require a choice of units.
  • The day count convention is used in many other formulas in financial mathematics as well.
  • A formal language is identical to the set of its well-formed formulas.
  • For the production techniques and formulas need to be collected and bought over time.
  • A formal language can be thought of as identical to the set of its well-formed formulas.
  • This is similar to the types of formulas used by insurance companies today.
  • None of the formulas in this section is of any practical use.
  • Some formulas require as few as three measurements, others as many as seven.
  • Planck would have been aware of various other proposed formulas which had been offered.
  • The series developed a series of formulas that would run over its course, to facilitate a wide range of stories.
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Root form of formulas is formula for the noun.

Meaning of formulas

  • noun A group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
  • noun A conventionalized statement expressing some fundamental principle
  • noun A representation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements
  • noun A liquid food for infants