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) Conversely, a critical point x of f can be analysed by considering the second derivative of f at x:
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Conversely and critical
Conversely, Slam poetry movement founder Marc Smith has been critical of the commercially successful Def Poetry television and Broadway live stage shows produced by Russell Simmons, decrying it as " an exploitive entertainment that diminished the value and aesthetic of performance poetry ".
Conversely, studio audiences reacted emphatically to his previous studio sitcom, Chalk, yet it received a poor critical reception upon transmission.
Conversely, if the density of the universe is less than the critical density, the universe will continue to expand and the gravitational pull will not be enough to stop the universe from expanding.
Conversely, the strong-sense critical thinker skillfully enters into the logic of problems and issues to see the problem for what it is without egocentric and / or socio-centric bias.
Conversely, long uptime may indicate negligence, because some critical updates can require reboots on some platforms.
Conversely, a system past the critical point will experience too many blackouts leading to system-wide upgrades moving it back below the critical point.
Conversely, the mechanical interaction between the T-tubule's L-type calcium channel and the calcium-release channel is critical to proper skeletal muscle contraction, whereas it contributes little to the contraction of cardiac muscle.
Conversely and point
Conversely, if he gives a heavy rating to his own reading, and finds more accurate facts in it than in the others, a point is chalked up for the intrinsic, objective meaningfulness of this type of mediumistic material.
Conversely, every point on the line can be interpreted as a number in an ordered continuum which includes the real numbers.
Conversely, there are other stars that never rise above the horizon, as seen from any given point on the Earth's surface ( except exactly on the equator ).
Conversely, Salinger is reported to have considered the story a " high point of his writing " and made tentative steps to have it reprinted ; these efforts came to nothing however.
Conversely, observers looking toward the same point on an infinite-radius celestial sphere will be looking along parallel lines, and observers looking toward the same great circle, along parallel planes.
Conversely, the influence of the data at any given point on the initial line propagates with the finite velocity c: there is no effect outside a triangle through that point whose sides are characteristic curves.
Conversely, a disease that is easily transmitted but has a short duration might spread widely during 2002 but is likely to have a low prevalence at any given point in 2003 ( due to its short duration ) but a high incidence during 2002 ( as many people develop the disease ).
Conversely, a spherical wave generated by a point source placed in the focus is transformed into a plane wave propagating as a collimated beam along the axis.
Conversely, an incoming plane wave parallel to the axis will be focused to a point at the focal point.
Conversely, a point source at the focus of a parabolic mirror will produce a beam of collimated light creating a Collimator.
Any point x gives rise to a continuous function p < sub > x </ sub > from the one element topological space 1 ( all subsets of which are open ) to the space X by defining p < sub > x </ sub >( 1 ) = x. Conversely, any function from 1 to X clearly determines one point: the element that it " points " to.
A tangent plane can be " rolled " along S, and as it does so the point of contact traces out a curve on S. Conversely, given a curve on S, the tangent plane can be rolled along that curve.
which are linearly independent at each point q in U. Conversely, given such a coframe, there is a unique moving frame X < sub > 1 </ sub >, X < sub > 2 </ sub >, ..., X < sub > n </ sub > which is dual to it, i. e., satisfies the duality relation α < sup > i </ sup >( X < sub > j </ sub >) = δ < sup > i </ sup >< sub > j </ sub >, where δ < sup > i </ sup >< sub > j </ sub > is the Kronecker delta function on U.
Conversely the normal curvature is the norm of the projection of on the normal bundle to the submanifold at the point considered.
) Conversely, given a point, the logarithm gives a point in the tangent space ( roughly speaking, as again, one must transport from the origin to point ; for details, refer to original sources ).
Conversely and x
Conversely, a subset R defines a binary function if and only if, for any x in X and y in Y, there exists a unique z in Z such that ( x, y, z ) belongs to R.
Conversely, if a Boolean ring A is given, we can turn it into a Boolean algebra by defining x ∨ y := x + y + ( x · y ) and x ∧ y := x · y.
Conversely, in functional code, the output value of a function depends only on the arguments that are input to the function, so calling a function f twice with the same value for an argument x will produce the same result f ( x ) both times.
Conversely, given a groupoid G in the algebraic sense, let G < sub > 0 </ sub > be the set of all elements of the form x * x < sup >− 1 </ sup > with x varying through G and define G ( x * x < sup >-1 </ sup >, y * y < sup >-1 </ sup >) as the set of all elements f such that y * y < sup >-1 </ sup > * f * x * x < sup >-1 </ sup > exists.
Given a field ordering ≤ as in Def 1, the elements such that x ≥ 0 forms a positive cone of F. Conversely, given a positive cone P of F as in Def 2, one can associate a total ordering ≤< sub > P </ sub > by setting x ≤ y to mean y − x ∈ P. This total ordering ≤< sub > P </ sub > satisfies the properties of Def 1.
Conversely, every preorder is the reachability relationship of a directed graph ( for instance, the graph that has an edge from x to y for every pair ( x, y ) with x ≤ y ).
Conversely, if dφ < sub > x </ sub > is an isomorphism then there is an open neighborhood U of x such that φ maps U diffeomorphically onto its image.
Conversely and f
Conversely, any equation can take the canonical form f ( x ) = 0, so equation solving is the same thing as computing ( or finding ) a root of a function.
Conversely, if X is a Hausdorff space and ker f is a closed set, then the coimage of f, if given the quotient space topology, must also be a Hausdorff space.
If f is flat, then .< ref > EGA IV < sub > 2 </ sub >, Corollaire 6. 1. 2 .</ ref > Conversely, if this equality holds for all x, X is Cohen-Macaulay, and Y is regular, then f is flat .< ref > EGA IV < sub > 2 </ sub >, Proposition 6. 1. 5.
If X is reduced or normal at x, then Y is reduced or normal, respectively, at f ( x ).< ref > EGA IV < sub > 2 </ sub >, Proposition 2. 1. 13 .</ ref > Conversely, if f is also of finite presentation and f < sup >− 1 </ sup >( y ) is reduced or normal, respectively, at x, then X is reduced or normal, respectively, at x .< ref > EGA IV < sub > 3 </ sub >, Proposition 11. 3. 13 .</ ref >
Conversely, if Y is regular at f ( x ) and f < sup >− 1 </ sup >( f ( x )) is regular at x, then X is regular at x .< ref > EGA IV < sub > 2 </ sub >, Corollaire 6. 5. 2 .</ ref >
Conversely, if Y is normal at f ( x ) and f < sup >− 1 </ sup >( f ( x )) is normal at x, then X is normal at x .< ref > EGA IV < sub > 2 </ sub >, Corollaire 6. 5. 4 .</ ref >
Conversely, for real-valued functions f ( t ), the Hartley transform is given from the Fourier transform's real and imaginary parts:
Conversely if f is a homomorphism from G to K < sub > k </ sub >, then one can color G by using the same color for two vertices in G whenever they are both mapped to the same vertex in K < sub > k </ sub >.