Oran 039 s Dictionary of the Law 3E Oran 039 s Dictionary of the Law

The laws of the fifth discipline

... pushing on its bow? The leverage lies in going to the stern and pushing the tail end of the tanker to the right, in order to turn the front to the left This, of course, is the job of the rudder But ... illustration of leverage that also served as his metaphor for the principle of leverage the "trim tab." A trim tab is a small "rudder on the rudder" of a ship It is only a fraction the size of the rudder ... easier to turn the rudder, which, then, makes it easier to turn the ship The larger the ship, the more important is the trim tab because a large volume of water flowing around the rudder can...
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Báo cáo toán học: " On the Laws of Large Numbers for Blockwise Martingale Diﬀerences and Blockwise Adapted Sequences" potx

... suggestions and valuable discussions during the preparation of this paper References V F Gaposhkin, On the strong law of large numbers for blockwise independent and blockwise orthogonal random variables, ... distributed random variables and for blockwise martingale diﬀerences is not yet studied The main results of this paper are Theorems 3.1, 3.3 Theorem 3.1 establishes the strong law of large numbers for ... strong law of large numbers to the blockwise m-dependence case Later, the strong law of large numbers for arbitrary blockwise independent random variables was also studied by Gaposhkin [1] He then...
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On the Laws of Large Numbers for Double Arrays of Independent Random Elements in Banach Spaces

... underlying Banach space In Theorem 3.1, condition (3.1) is a Kolmogorov type condition for the SLLN for double arrays whereas condition (3.4) is a Brunk-Chung type condition for the SLLN for double ... lemmas The applications of the main results are presented in Section Section contains an example pertaining to Theorems 3.1 and 4.1 Preliminaries In this section, notation, technical definitions, ... established Theorem 3.1 considers the independent but nonidentically distributed case while Theorem 3.7 considers the i.i.d case In these theorems, no assumptions are made concerning the geometry of the...
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revenge of the lawn gnomes iLLegaL eagle

... get them.” Keeping in the dark shadow of the house, we made our way around to the back I saw Buster, sound asleep beside his dog house in the center of the yard And then I saw the two lawn gnomes ... out of his pudgy head I peered into the shrubs—in time to see the gnomes come to life They stretched their arms over their heads And stroked their chins They shook out their legs And smoothed ... seal The skunks The swans A flash of pink the flamingos And there stood the deer Alone All alone The gnomes were gone 36 15 “Mom! Dad!” I cried Racing to their bedroom “Wake up! Wake up! The gnomes...
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Vật lý đại cương Chapter 5 the laws of motion

... on the verge of slipping Use the inequality if the surfaces are not on the verge of slipping Forces of Friction, final The coefficient of friction depends on the surfaces in contact The force of ... generally greater than the force of kinetic friction The direction of the frictional force is opposite the direction of motion and parallel to the surfaces in contact The coefficients of friction are ... µ is the coefficient of friction These equations relate the magnitudes of the forces, they are not vector equations For static friction, the equals sign is valid only at impeding motion, the surfaces...
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