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< cite id =" demographics "> Note I </ cite >-There were around 300, 000 people () working as electrical engineers in the US ; in Australia, there were around 17, 000 () and in Canada, there were around 37, 000 (), constituting about 0. 2 % of the labour force in each of the three countries.
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The basic principles of general semantics, which include time-binding, are described in the publication < cite > Science and Sanity </ cite >, published in 1933.
The main objective of the ATS is to ensure < cite > in the interests of all humankind that Antarctica shall continue forever to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes and shall not become the scene or object of international discord </ cite >.
The treaty forbids < cite > any measures of a military nature </ cite >, but not the presence of military personnel.
< cite id = disputedinjunction > The Vatican archives contain an unsigned copy of a more strongly worded formal injunction purporting to have been served on Galileo shortly after Bellarmine's admonition, ordering him " not to hold, teach, or defend " the condemned doctrine " in any way whatever, either orally or in writing ", and threatening him with imprisonment if he refused to obey .</ cite > However, whether this injunction was ever properly served on Galileo is a subject of much scholarly disagreement.
Mueller, < cite > Christian Dogmatics: A Handbook of Doctrinal Theology </ cite >, ( St. Louis: CPH, 1934 ), 519 ; cf.
also Erwin L. Lueker, < cite > Christian Cyclopedia </ cite >, ( St. Louis: CPH, 1975 ), under the entry " consubstantiation.
* Ross J. Anderson: < cite > Security Engineering: A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems </ cite >, ISBN 0-471-38922-6
* Stephen Haag, Maeve Cummings, Donald McCubbrey, Alain Pinsonneault, Richard Donovan: < cite > Management Information Systems for the information age </ cite >, ISBN 0-07-091120-7
* Peter G. Neumann: < cite > Principled Assuredly Trustworthy Composable Architectures </ cite > 2004
* Bruce Schneier: < cite > Secrets & Lies: Digital Security in a Networked World </ cite >, ISBN 0-471-25311-1
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In Australia, Canada and the United States electrical engineers make up around 0. 25 % of the labor force ( see < span id =" demographics_back "> note </ span >).
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Note that chemists often write H < sup >+</ sup >( aq ) and refer to the hydrogen ion when describing acid-base reactions but the free hydrogen nucleus, a proton, does not exist alone in water, it exists as the hydronium ion, H < sub > 3 </ sub > O < sup >+</ sup >.
Note that the acid can be the charged species and the conjugate base can be neutral in which case the generalized reaction scheme could be written as HA < sup >+</ sup > H < sup >+</ sup > + A.
Note that the beryllium scale is inverted, so increases on this scale indicate lower < sup > 10 </ sup > Be levels
Note that a locally finite Borel measure automatically satisfies μ ( C ) < ∞ for every compact set C.
Note that t < sup > 0 </ sup > = 1, ( 1 − t )< sup > 0 </ sup > = 1, and that the binomial coefficient,, also expressed as or is:
Note that at ocean pH most of the CO < sub > 2 </ sub > produced in this reaction is immediately converted back into.
Note the position of the hydroxyl group ( red or green ) on the anomeric carbon relative to the CH < sub > 2 </ sub > OH group bound to carbon 5: they are either on the opposite sides ( α ), or the same side ( β ).
Note that in other fields, a lower division between high and ultra-high vacuum is common, often 10 < sup >− 7 </ sup > Pa.
These polar unit vectors can be expressed in terms of Cartesian unit vectors in the x and y directions, denoted i and j respectively :< ref > Note: unlike the Cartesian unit vectors i and j, which are constant, in polar coordinates the direction of the unit vectors u < sub > r </ sub > and u < sub > θ </ sub > depend on θ, and so in general have non-zero time derivatives .</ ref >
Note that the Bernoulli numbers are defined as B < sub > n </ sub > = B < sub > n </ sub >( 0 ), and that these vanish for odd n greater than 1.
Note: Any nonlinear electronic block driven by two signals with frequencies f < sub > 1 </ sub > and f < sub > 2 </ sub > would generate intermodulation ( mixing ) products.
Like all subatomic particles, hadrons are assigned quantum numbers corresponding to the representations of the Poincaré group: J < sup > PC </ sup >( m ), where J is the spin quantum number, P the intrinsic parity ( or P-parity ), and C, the charge conjugation ( or C-parity ), and the particle's mass, m. Note that the mass of a hadron has very little to do with the mass of its valence quarks ; rather, due to mass – energy equivalence, most of the mass comes from the large amount of energy associated with the strong interaction.
Note that if n < sub > 1 </ sub > and n < sub > 2 </ sub > are the same, the antisymmetric expression gives zero, which cannot be a state vector as it cannot be normalized.