binomial, finomial, minomialbinomaidd, finomaidd, minomaidd
Adjective(1) of or relating to or consisting of two terms(2) having or characterized by two names, especially those of genus and species in taxonomies
(1) One can do this by basing the material on the Cox-Ross-Rubinstein theorem and the like, approximating the Black-Scholes model with discrete-time binomial trees.(2) Da Cunha develops a criterion for the convergence of a series which he uses to define the exponential function in a rather modern way, and from these develops the binomial series.(3) Cotes discovered an important theorem on the nth roots of unity, anticipated the method of least squares and discovered a method of integrating rational fractions with binomial denominators.(4) Why stop at calling "salt and pepper" a compound, rather than a binomial ?(5) The language has innumerable binomial compounds and collocations, as well as many "sesquisyllabic" or polysyllabic words of Khmer or Indic origin that contain unstressed vowels, so that the phonological texture of the language is very different from that of uncompromisingly monosyllabic languages like Chinese and Vietnamese.(6) The authors were inconsistent in providing the binomial following common names of organisms, including crops, within the text.(7) Genes and proteins are named with the two first letters representing the initial letters of the Latin binomial followed by the original symbol.(8) Only Cantino et al. have so far discussed and presented a number of proposals as to how the PhyloCode will deal with species, most of which involve taking existing binomial names and making them the names of species under their new system.(9) It investigates the use of some functional equations in order to calculate the differentials of logarithmic and trigonometrical functions as well as the binomial expansion and Taylor formula.(10) The trinomial naming system has been abandoned in favor of the usual binomial naming convention.(11) The question of what name to apply to this or that binomial species was often left unresolved.(12) The name of our species, using both parts of the binomial designation, is Homo sapiens, not sapiens.(13) The choice of x genes and y taxa approaches true randomness as the binomial coefficient increases relative to replicate number.(14) The analysis of formulaic German binomial expressions of the form N und N reveals the following characteristics.(15) The work contains binomial coefficients and the notation +, -,.(16) I had not known about the halting problem, the number [Omega], or Lucas's curious theorem connecting the parity of binomial coefficients and the binary system.
(1) binomial distribution :: dosraniad binomaidd
1. binominal ::
Different Formsbinomial, binomials
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