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Agreeing with, matching, or fitting.
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So, the most-efficient codes correspond to the densest sphere packings.
The first samples are taken when the mouse embryos are 15 days old, which corresponds to the sixth to seventh month of human gestation.
These three HGs consisting of LGs 17 and 68, LGs 39 and 46, and LGs 10, 11, and 38, respectively, correspond to three parts of the sorghum LG A.
As for interpretation, there are two tests relevant for continued study: (1) How well do the suggested interpretations correspond to and illuminate current theory?
In this calculation, the critical heights {[z.sub.n], n > 2} corresponded to the above mentioned values for pure quantum states while the two lowest quantum heights [z.sub.1] and [z.sub.2] were fitted from the experimental data; the quantum state populations {[[beta].sub.n], n > 1} were supposed to be equal except for the lowest quantum state population [[beta].sub.1], which was calculated from the experimental data; the scatterer efficiency [alpha] was defined from the data as well.
The vast majority of the coral ESTs correspond to DNA sequences shared by all multicellular animals.
Those elements more than 3 mm away from the weld correspond to the full reflection from the non-welded area.
These cases correspond to p and not-q cards on a Wason test -- the logically correct responses.
Using a bit-test program it is easy to get the count and find all those binary numbers that correspond to all the ray paths with the proper p-wave and s-wave sequences.
Also, for the interim period from January 2017 to June 2017, G5 forecasts revenues of approximately SEK512m corresponding to a 149% revenue growth, as compared to the correspond period of the prior year.
His discovery means that researchers studying physical systems that happen to correspond to such a mathematical scheme would have no way of determining the system's future, not just in the long term but also in the short run.