DICTIONARY

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adjective

verb

adverb

pronoun

preposition

conjunction

determiner

exclamation

X, Y, Z

SYNONYMS

X, Y, Z
pokemon
coordinates
generation
theory
words
with
graph
dimensions
axis
generations
others
social
librarian
newsletter
born
coming
current
population
million
sometimes
referred
lost
without
using
graphing
devices
please
show
some
crazy
complicated
methods
this
just
want
simple
steps
plugging
zeros
esri
support
coordinate
systems
planar
system
three
that
locate
point
distance
from
origin
where
orthogonal
axes
cross
minecraft
wiki
days
screenshot
showing
debug
information
pressing
macs
laptops
brings
parameters
controls
number
grid
points
mesh
into
direction
lattice
vectors
media
sculpture
museum
science
boston
physical
features
natural
tissues
express
distribution
magnitude
forces
have
differentials
chain
rule
function
variables
introduce
object
called
total
differential

TRANSLATOR

languages

zh

1,325 millions of speakers

es

550 millions of speakers

en

510 millions of speakers

hi

380 millions of speakers

ar

280 millions of speakers

ru

278 millions of speakers

pt

270 millions of speakers

fr

220 millions of speakers

de

180 millions of speakers

ja

130 millions of speakers

ko

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vi

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it

65 millions of speakers

pl

50 millions of speakers

uk

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ro

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el

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af

14 millions of speakers

sv

10 millions of speakers

no

5 millions of speakers

TRENDS

0

100

FREQUENCY

Very widely used

98

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x y z axis EXAMPLES

1

Conditional Specification of Statistical Models The problem is that f(x|y),f(y|z), and f(z|x) do not uniquely determine f(**x,y,z**) since
they are completely determined by the bivariate marginals. Alternatively, it is
clear that the list f(x|y),f(y|z), and f(z|x) does not contain, nor is it equivalent to, a
set of ...

Barry C. Arnold, Enrique Castillo, José-Mariá Sarabia, **1999**

2

Mathematics of Surfaces XI: 11th IMA International ... where (**X,Y,Z**) and (**x,y,z**) are points in the new and old coordinate systems,
respectively, and a,b are rational numbers. Proof. Taking the coordinate
transformation as (8) and representing f(**x,y,z**) as (7), we have F(**X,Y,Z**) =f(X+a·Z,Y
+b·Z,Z) ...

Ralph Martin, Helmut Bez, Malcolm Sabin, **2005**

3

Mathematical Methods /ryz + qzx = xy Ans. (|)(x2 -j2 , _y2 - z2) = 0 17. (x2 - j2 - jz)/> + (x2 -y1 - zx)q = z(
x-y) Ans. ()>(x-_y-z, (x2 -y2)/z2) = 0 18. (x2 -y2 - z1)p + 2xyq = 2xz, Ans. §(x2 + y2
+ z2 , biz) = 0 2 2 22 2 ^ 222 19. **x(y -z***)p +y(z" -x*)q = z(x" -y) Ans: ())(x + _y +z ...

G. Shanker Rao, **2009**

4

Progress in Pattern Recognition, Image Analysis and ... 0 lfx>yI>l>y/x>0:>-l<-y/x<0:>0<1—y/x<1:>0<p(x,y)< 1. (Vx, y e 9i+)(p(x, y) 6 [0,1)).
I] Lemma A.1: Let **x, y, z** 6 91+ such that x < y < 2. Then p(x, z) < p(x, y) + p(y, z).
Proof: By definition 1 and considering the established hypothesis we have that ...

Alberto Sanfeliu, Manuel Lazo Cortés, **2005**

5

Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations This permits us to define a local coordinate chart on S by projecting along the z-
axis; in other words, set Ua = Sn Ua, with xa: Ua -» Va, x*(**x, y, z**) = (x, y). Similar
constructions apply if Fy or Fx is nonzero. On the overlap Ua n Uf, if Ua is given
by ...

Peter J. Olver, **2000**

6

Aggregation Functions in Theory and in Practise: Proceedings ... F (z, u) I z G Ggr (z) (1 Ggr Therefore F is rationalizable. Finally, observe that F is
not associative since F(F (x,y), u) I F(z, u) I z I u I F(x, u) I F(x,F(y, (ii) Let **x,y,z** G X
be fixed. We must show that F(F (**x,y),z**) I F(x,F(y, Since F satisfies IIA, it follows ...

Humberto Bustince, Javier Fernandez, Radko Mesiar, **2013**

7

Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 142. THE CUBIC SPACE-GROUPS Cv-Oj. yzx; yzx; yzx; yzx yxz; yxz; yxz; yxz xzy;
xzy; xzy; xzy zyx; zyx; zyx; zyx x+i y+J, z x+5, J-y, z, 5-x, y+i z; i-x, 5-y, z z+J, x+i y 5
-Z, X + 5, y 5-Z, 5-**x, y, z**+5, 5-x, y y+5, z+J, x 5-y, 5-z, x y+J, 5-z, X, i-y, Z+5, X i-y ...

1922

8

Handbook of Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing We will show this concentration here by C(**x,y,z**,t), which means the concentration
of the pollutant at a point in space (**x,y,z**), and at a time t (e.g. June 3rd at 5 PM).
Since the concentration is different in each of the environmental media, we also ...

Christian Madu, **2001**

9

The Advanced Calculus Problem Solver Solution: The problem is to find the extreme values of a function f(**x,y,z**) given a
constraint G(**x,y,z**) = k (k a constant). The methods of direct elimination or implicit
functions can be tried to solve this problem. However, another method is applied,
...

Max Fogiel, **1981**

10

The Analytical Expression of the Results of the Theory of ... ... THE CUBIC SPACE-GROUPS O'-Oj. x, i-y, z; x, y+i, z; x, i-y, z; x, y+i, z; z, £-**x, y;**
**z**, i-x, y; z, x+i, y; z, x+i, y; y, i-z, **x; y, z**+i, x; ?, z+i. x; y, i-z, x; y, x+i, z; y, x+i, z; y, i-x,
z; y, i-x, z; x, z+i, y; x, i-z, y; x, i-z, y; x, z+i, y; z, y+i, x; z, 5-y, x; z, y+i, x; z, i-y, x; ...

Ralph Walter Graystone Wyckoff, **1922**

REFERENCE

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