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an·a·lyt·ic

, analytical (an'ă-lit'ik, -i-kăl),
1. Relating to analysis.
2. Relating to psychoanalysis.

an·a·lyt·ic

, analytical (an'ă-lit'-ik, -i-kăl)
1. Relating to analysis.
2. Relating to psychoanalysis.

analysis

(a-nal'i-sis) plural.analyses [ ana- + Gr. -lysis]
1. Separation of anything into its constituent parts.
2. Psychoanalysis. Particular analyses are listed under the first word. See: e.g., blood gas analysis; continuous-flow analysis; hair specimen analysis
analytic (an?al-it'ik), adjectiveanalytically (i-k(a-)le)
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In fact, once the integrals are transformed into the proper real-convolution form, the difficulty in analytically evaluating (1) and (2) maybe substantially reduced.
Once again, I can do no better than avail myself of another precise formulation from the pages of Literature, Analytically Speaking:
Each study, however, factor analytically evaluated different measures assessing different dimensions of night-sky attitudes and behaviors.
The contest encourages students to think and write analytically about significant events and individuals in American history.
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"As an insurer, I would be looking at whether or not a trucking company is transporting cargo out of a port of call that increases my risk analytically, as opposed to a trucker who's picking up in Arkansas and bringing to the city of New York.
They begin by analytically deriving the effect of government debt on the real interest rate and fred that an increase in government debt equivalent to one percent of GDP would increase the real interest rate by about two or three basis points.
Kleinberger (WG&L, 2005), comprehensively and analytically addresses the critical issues facing tax advisers on the formation, operation and dissolution of limited liability companies (LLCs) and other vehicles, such as limited liability partnerships and limited liability limited partnerships.
The authors examine each problem analytically and numerically; many chapters end with an appendix outlining relevant numerical techniques.
Quantum states of a particle with mass m above an ideal horizontal mirror in the Earth's gravitational field with the acceleration g are described by the Schrodinger equation, which is solved analytically in textbooks on quantum mechanics [1].
7 Particularly Peter Blundell Jones, who has analytically chronicled the courses of organic architecture particularly in the German-speaking countries Juhani Pallasmaa, whose profound essays on humanity and architecture have inspired us all, and Colin St John Wilson who has brought passion and scholarship to debate.
The critical thickness (tc) is determined analytically in terms of thermal conductivity (k) of insulating material and the heat transfer coefficient (h) of air.