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asymptote

a mathematical term used for the straight line which is a tangent to a curve at infinity.
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If these patterns are extended, that results in an asymptote below 100-150 Mbps, which will in all likelihood be the rate offered on the 5G networks.
Thereafter, along the outbound asymptote 2K will exceed U, and hence quanta will be acquired from the surrounding vacuum to the local gravitational potential energy comprising the body and the spacecraft to regain the balance eventually when far away.
1 can reduce a two-dimensional solution space to a one-dimensional solution space is that the hyperbola is replaced by asymptote when the seismic source is far away from sensors, but this replacing will unquestionably cause theoretical error while locating:
Also note that v = [alpha]u + [beta] where [beta] = (8 - 5[alpha])/3 is the asymptote of the curve.
Remember studying the asymptote, the curve that never reaches the axis?
The limitations of the asymptote analysis method for first-order convex approximations are discussed by Smaoui et al.
At the first assessment (one WAT) during the first experiment, the maximum asymptote for crop injury was higher when fomesafen was applied at 11:00 am and 4:00 pm compared with the other spray times.
The Cambridge company Asymptote has been winning international plaudits for its technology which seeks to rectify this.
To include the environmental variables a modifier was included in the asymptote of the model.
Based on its recent analysis of the cryopreservation industry, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Asymptote Limited (Asymptote) with the 2014 European Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation Leadership.
The fact that neither of these income mobility measures asymptote to a constant value suggests that income mobility may be period specific and hence could change appreciably over different calendar time periods if the paths of income mobility change.
1 under the NRM is not illustrated because the NRM cannot theoretically produce an ORF for the correct answer that has a non-zero lower asymptote and an upper asymptote at unity, as shown next.