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mo·du·lus

(moj'yū-lŭs, mod'yū-),
A coefficient expressing the magnitude of a physical property by a numeric value.
[L. dim. of modus, a measure, quantity]

mo·du·lus

(mod'yū-lŭs)
A coefficient expressing the magnitude of a physical property by a numerical value.
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mo·du·lus

(mod'yū-lŭs)
A coefficient expressing the magnitude of a physical property by a numerical value.

modulus

(moj´ələs),
n a constant that numerically indicates the amount in which a certain property is possessed by any object.
modulus of elasticity,
n See elasticity, modulus of.
modulus of resilience,
n See resilience, modulus of.
modulus of rigidity,
n See rigidity.
modulus, Young's,
n.pr See elasticity, modulus of.
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See my function looks like this, I added '1' inside the absolute value as [absolute value of x + 1], then my graph appeared on the left side.
jtq]] = absolute value of firm j's unexpected sales, measured as reported sales for quarter q less sales for quarter q - 4, scaled by the market value of equity at the end of quarter q - 1;
The results presented here suggest that the observed correlations between the absolute value of a price change and volume are not due to lagged effects of one variable upon another.
Note that the absolute value of the error constant is equal to K = [e.
The Church's point, of course, is that these teachings are not just foibles for Catholics only but are absolute values based on the natural moral law which is obligatory for all people.
In fact, orders from foreign markets rose 11% compared to the period from April to June 2012, for an absolute value of 123.
i] of the matrix L are, in absolute value, less than one, pivoting is neccesary to ensure the backward stability of LU factorization.
Thus, we define the not archimedean absolute value over K(([X.
Suppose that R is a field which is complete with respect to an absolute value [absolute value].
Duggal, On operators with an absolute value condition, Jour.
Thus, a natural question arises: Are there infinitely many positive integers n such that [absolute value of S(n+1) - S(n)] = 1, where [absolute value of x] denotes the absolute value of x?
In the analysis, the values can be applied either in [[OHM]] and [F], or in [[OHM] x m] and [F/m], since using the specific values in expression (2) instead of absolute values, l and S are shortened, and the result remains the former.