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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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From Corollary 22 we can conclude that the congruences on a sup-algebra A are precisely the order-congruences of A (considered as an ordered algebra) that are compatible with joins.
It is the smallest congruence containing both ~ and [approximately equal to];
Some single-country longitudinal studies have tried to explain opinion-policy congruence using variables that do vary in the medium run, like the party in power or the size of the majority in parliament.
Let X be a SU-algebra, I be an ideal of X and = be a congruence relation on X.
Then, in 2000, Ono astonished mathematicians by proving that partition congruences exist for every prime number (SN: 6/17/00, p.
q-analogs of the binomial coefficient congruences of Babbage, Wolstenholme and Glaisher.
We shall first state some basic properties concerning congruences on a Cliford quasi-regular semigroup S.
This certainly must rank as the most important work on partition congruences since the epic work of Ramanujan.
The polygonal intervals are the key to edge-forcings for congruences on the weak order.
Keywords Idempotent semirings; Subdirect product; Variety; Congruence.
Lehmer, On Congruences Involving Bernoulli Numbers and the quotients of Fermat and Wilson, Annals of Math.
He starts with "the Reimannian point of view" and proceeds to the projective model (with a brief description of sphere congruences and their envelopes) and two applications, the first for conformally flat hypersurfaces and the second for isothermic and Willmore surfaces.