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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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Ojah, Analogues of Ramanujan's partition identities and congruences arising from his theta functions and modular equations, Ramanujan J.
Ojah, "Analogues of Ramanujan's partition identities and congruences arising from his theta functions and modular equations," Ramanujan Journal, vol.
Several problems related to information coding, error detection and correction encryption and information analysis required the use of prime numbers, modulo arithmetic and congruences.
Theorem 2 ([disjunction], [conjunction] and good congruences): The union and intersection of two [phi]-good congruences ~ and [approximately equal to] are [phi]-good congruences.
I examine whether there are differences in opinion-policy congruence across different countries and try to identify which factors, institutional or otherwise, can explain these patterns.
Obviously, these congruences are analogues of those of the j-function.
The triple p, q, r (where [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are given by (5)) satisfies the congruence [([p.
This article is structured as follows: in Section 1, we recall some general definitions and results about congruences of lines.
Let ~ be a congruence relation on a KU-algebra G and let [C.
Key words: Congruences, Secant method, Euclidean algorithm, Polynomial modulo p, Integers modulo pk.
This is just as true when considering the q-analogs of these congruences as we will see here in Lemma 5.
K]) from the set of all congruences on S onto the set of all congruence pairs on S, where [[sigma].