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- another term for equative
- ‘The present author therefore proposed to restrict the application to the atomic sentences of equational theories, that is to sentences of the form f = 0.’
- ‘When a crossover occurs between the centromere and the locus (types II and III), the first division can be either equational (type II) or reductional (type III< 93 vs.96%).’
- ‘This is surely a simple presumption of Newton's 2nd law in its equational form of Force = mass multiplied by momentum (a).’
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