2, for uninsulated wires with copper and aluminum cores, as well as wires (cables) with copper and aluminum cores (shells) having PVC, R and PET insulation, are approximately equal
to 1.29 kA/[mm.sup.2] and 0.97 kA/[mm.sup.2], respectively.
These structures block light with wavelengths approximately equal
to the diameter of the voids.
Hardness is shown in International Rubber Hardness degrees (IRHD) and these are approximately equal
to Shore A hardness units.
As a result, the retrofit system's light output is approximately equal
to that of the original.
Consider the widespread use of "=" for "approximately equal
to," "approximates," "is similar to," and so forth.
The Dexcarb alloy series, first introduced in 1986, is created by the compatibilization of approximately equal
amounts of polycarbonate and nylon 6 or 66 (see PT, Sept.
Thus, to measure ATPs of the A- and D-components of the artificial lightning current, shunts with these coefficients approximately equal
to [S.sub.iA] [approximately equal to] 11.26 x [10.sup.3] A/V and [S.sub.iA] [approximately equal to] 25 x [10.sup.3] A/V are used.
All participants were white adults, and each group contained approximately equal
numbers of men and women.
Numerical estimation by (3), (4) of the electrical potentials inside and outside the thunderstorm cloud under consideration at [q.sub.[SIGMA]] [approximately equal to] -55.6 C and [R.sub.0] [approximately equal to] 985 m indicates that in this case the required values are approximately equal
by modulus to [[phi].sub.0] [approximately equal to] 759 MV and [[phi].sub.R] [approximately equal to] 506 MV.