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Create a waterfall chart Select your data. Click Insert > Insert Waterfall or Stock chart > Waterfall. You can also ...

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Power is the probability that a test of significance will pick up on an effect that is present. Power is the probability that ...

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Noun. preimage (plural preimages) (mathematics) For a given function, the set of all elements of the domain that are mapped ...

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In mathematics, the step function is a function that has a constant value along given intervals, with the constant value ...

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1a : a curving or doubling of a line so as to form a closed or partly open curve within itself through which another line can ...

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(?ais????n) noun. a polygon having all angles equal.

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In mathematics, a quadratic form is a polynomial with terms all of degree two (“form” is another name for a ...

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In mathematics, in particular field theory, the conjugate elements or algebraic conjugates of an algebraic element ?, over a ...

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To begin, multiply the first column of A by 1000, the second column by 100, and the third column by 10. The determinant of the ...

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Jolt is operations execution software available on smartphones and tablets that helps restaurants, retail, hospitality, and ...

Continue reading## Gaussian curvature

The Gaussian curvature of ? is K = ?1?2, and its mean curvature is H = 1 2 (?1 + ?2). To compute K and H, we use the first and ...

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We can solve such a system of equations graphically. That is, we draw the graph of the 2 lines and see where the lines ...

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Projective geometry can be thought of as the collection of all lines through the origin in three-dimensional space. That is, ...

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Continue reading## Legendre’s differential equation

The different types of differential equations are: Ordinary Differential Equations. Homogeneous Differential Equations. ...

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Angle Between Two Planes in Vector Form For planes, r.n1 = d1 and r.n2 = d2, we will use the formula cos ? = |(n1 . ...

Continue reading## Pauli, Wolfgang Ernst (190058)

In 1925, Wolfgang Pauli introduced two new numbers and formulated the Pauli principle, which proposed that no two electrons in ...

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Definition of separation of variables : a regrouping of the terms of a differential equation so that each differential has as ...

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A tridiagonal matrix is a matrix that is both upper and lower Hessenberg matrix. In particular, a tridiagonal matrix is a ...

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A group with free action is said to act freely. The basic example of a free group action is the action of a group on itself by ...

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The principal axis theorem states that the principal axes are perpendicular, and gives a constructive procedure for finding ...

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The definition of form is the shape of a person, animal or thing or a piece of paperwork that needs to be filled out. An ...

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Complexity of an algorithm is a measure of the amount of time and/or space required by an algorithm for an input of a given ...

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Computer hardware includes the physical parts of a computer, such as the case, central processing unit (CPU), random access ...

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The Euler characteristic is equal to the number of vertices minus the number of edges plus the number of triangles in a ...

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A first principle is a basic assumption that cannot be deduced any further. Over two thousand years ago, Aristotle defined a ...

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h(x/y) is a homogeneous function of degree n. For solving a homogeneous differential equation of the form dy/dx = f(x, y) = ...

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A Caesar cipher is a simple method of encoding messages. Caesar ciphers use a substitution method where letters in the ...

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Dimension of a vector spaceAn important result in linear algebra is the following: Every basis for V has the same number of ...

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