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On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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iii) Intuitionistic fuzzy countable strongly S-closed [21 if each countable intuitionistic fuzzy closed cover of X has a finite sub cover for X.
If f: X [right arrow] Y is a function and Y a first countable Hausdorff space, then f is semi-strongly continuous at a point x [member of] X if and only if f is constant on some open set containing x.
Restore and enhance state flexibility regarding countable activities toward the WPR.
Program eligibility is determined by comparing countable income and countable resources to the appropriate standards set for each of the programs, with the applied FPL depending on family size.
It seems we are at a level very like the first semantic level above the ground language, but there is nowhere to which to iterate anymore in order to avoid paradox (as we have, by assumption, exhausted all countable ordinals)
We say that the finite ordinal numbers, as well as [omega], are the countable ordinal numbers.
And, had the policy been a partnership plan, Bob would not have had to use his $100,000-plus in countable assets in order to qualify for Medicaid, because of the asset protection rules.
Items are countable, so the notices should read "10 items or fewer".
Head to tail shifts where a letter other than S is shifted and where pronunciation changes dramatically are countable on your fingers.
At first glance they seem tame, orderly, and therefore countable.
First, if sampling a function f on the countable set X leads to unique and stable reconstruction of f, then when does sampling on the set X' = {[x.
Simulation, which means that the status of the system variables being simulated change in a countable set of instants, finite or countable infinite.