Meaning of EQUATION in English

EQUATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

mathematical equation/calculation/formula etc

quadratic equation

solve an equation

At the age of six, he could solve complicated mathematical equations.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

differential

These are second order differential equations for the four metric functions.

Some of the math is quite sophisticated, using differential equations , linear algebra, and covariance matrices.

Typically, such a plant's behaviour can be described by a differential equation which depends on coefficients.

The mathematical models of the glycolytic pathway take the form of ordinary nonlinear differential equations .

Goffman's curves fitted very well to those derived by differential equations validated in epidemiology.

In fact, the information-processing mechanisms are designed for implementing the systems of differential equations associated with neural networks.

These are usually formulated in terms of differential equations . 2.

I progressed happily through differential equations and linear algebra to upper-level engineering courses on time-series analysis and computer programming.

following

The following equation forms the basis of the kinetic theory of gases.

The cross-sectional test took the form of the following equation: .

linear

For the association-dissociation reactions, these relationships may be written as linear equations for the observed parameters or their powers.

In this limit the Einstein equation reduces to a linear wave equation.

We then obtain n - 2 linear algebraic equations for the n - 2 unknowns pi.

After such studies, concentration profiles of the solutes are obtained as the solutions of the linear mass transfer equations .

Chapter 6 deals in general terms with the solution of sets of linear differential equations with constant coefficients.

mathematical

Solving all the necessary mathematical equations on paper is next to impossible.

That world evolves in a clear and deterministic way, being governed by precisely formulated mathematical equations .

Cowan set up a mathematical equation that represented the neural activity, and built lateral inhibition into it.

He often walks through entire discussions performing mathematical equations without the aid of a calculator.

You can use this function to accept and evaluate an expression, such as a mathematical equation , whilst the program is running.

Another use would be in a graph plotting program to accept the mathematical equation you wished to plot.

In arguing for pointillism, he quoted the scientific treatises consulted by Seurat and even printed mathematical equations .

His mind reeling with the difficult mathematical equations , he suddenly heard a soft knocking at the door.

quadratic

One boy was solving a quadratic equation , another was engaged with Euclid.

simple

And so I am pasted to this leaning morass, observing the simplest of equations .

The simplest Cartesian equation is y ² 4 ax.

These models are presented as examples of what can be done with simple equations .

I couldn't rearrange a simple equation .

■ NOUN

field

The field equations for colliding electromagnetic waves have already been obtained in Chapter 6.

Their approach commences by rewriting the field equations in the form of Ernst's equation as described in Chapter 11.

lorenz

The question of when solutions of the Lorenz equations are periodic and when non-periodic is in fact a matter of some complexity.

regression

Variables were entered into or removed from the logistic regression equation one at a time.

■ VERB

calculate

Daily total caloric requirements were calculated from Long's equation modified for ideal body weight.

The latter can now be calculated from the Boltzmann equation .

describe

Typically, such a plant's behaviour can be described by a differential equation which depends on coefficients.

enter

Loyalty schemes apparently do not enter the equation .

With the particular choice of co, p4 enters into the last equation only.

Performance elements do enter into the equation .

But other factors enter into the equation .

The question of whether we want the food or not doesn't enter into the equation .

Ideology does not enter the equation , and never has.

In the real world, money can't help but enter the equation .

Nowhere does quality of product or job satisfaction enter the accountants' equations of profit and loss.

give

The Euler equation is given below.

A second property is that the local distances are given by a metric equation in the Gaussian coordinate separations.

obtain

From the production and factor supply equations , we obtain the basic growth equation.

satisfy

As angles are passed that satisfy the Bragg equation , signals flash out.

solve

Given that an equilibrium exists, it can be found by solving these equations .

Using the equilibrium condition Q, Qi solve the equations to determine equilibrium price.

First, we can not solve the equations for the very large number of particles involved.

One boy was solving a quadratic equation , another was engaged with Euclid.

First, we can not solve the equations .

We next go on to solve these equations of motion.

But it is just too hard to solve the equations when there are more than a few particles involved.

Even in the simpler Newtonian theory of gravity, one can solve the equations exactly only in the case of two particles.

substitute

Explanatory sketches, diagrams, and photographs substitute for equations and help make up for lack of prior knowledge of other sciences.

use

The flow-of-funds equation All these effects on money supply can be summarized using a flow-of-funds equation.

Some of the math is quite sophisticated, using differential equations , linear algebra, and covariance matrices.

We can use the Arrhenius equation to look at the effect of the temperature and activation energy on reaction rate.

As in the algebra example above, the supply and demand curves can be approximated using equations for straight lines.

write

For the association-dissociation reactions, these relationships may be written as linear equations for the observed parameters or their powers.

He wrote the second equation on the blackboard.

Could one write an equation: one association one synapse?

I tried sketching network diagrams, writing input equations , summation equations, and transfer equations.

We are particularly interested in the comparative statics, and for this purpose we write down the equations of change.

Miss Pinkerton, the math teacher; writes problems and equations on the board, and I listen intently to her explanations.

The standard molar enthalpy of formation could have two different values depending on how we write the equation .

You could write an equation for a process that you could actually solve.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

If you're trying to get healthy by losing weight, exercise should be part of the equation .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A daring proposal was made to reconcile the continuity of the Schrödinger equation with the discontinuity of empirical experience.

From the production and factor supply equations, we obtain the basic growth equation.

Mathematicians scribble equations on blackboards and program supercomputers to make the billions of calculations needed to break a tough code.

My equations were visual and phonetic.

Some of the math is quite sophisticated, using differential equations, linear algebra, and covariance matrices.

The equations preceded the actual observations.

The restrictions generated by rational expectations models are very often non-linear and are also imposed across equations rather than in a single equation.

What A Present View forces us to do is to reconsider a traditional equation between humanism and liberalism.

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