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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the first convertible bond of the company.

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Used immediately following the stock name in stock transaction tables of newspapers to indicate that dividends and earnings are in Canadian currency but that the stock price is in U.S. dollars: Dome g .12.
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That gave him the gravitational constant, and that in turn gave him the mass of the Earth.
where G is the gravitational constant, M the mass of the star, R the radius of the star, [m.
The cosmological constant [LAMBDA] is linked to the gravitational constant G by the corrected field equations of Einstein.
where G is the gravitational constant, M and m the respective masses of the two bodies in interaction, and R the distance between the barycenters of the two masses.
where M is the mass in Suns, C is the circumference of the satellite's circular orbit in kilometers, P is the orbital period in seconds, and G is Newton's gravitational constant per solar mass (1.
where v is the light-wave frequency, G the gravitational constant, M the mass producing the gravitational field, r the distance between the center of gravity of the mass M and the photon, c the speed of light, and h the Planck constant.
One set of findings offers the most precise value thus far for the gravitational constant, so-called Big G, which relates mass and distance to the strength of gravity in Newton's law.
Measuring the gravitational constant The news that three respected research groups had independently produced values for the strength of the gravitational force (G) that disagreed significantly with the currently accepted number and with each other created a considerable stir last year (SN: 4/29/95, p.
2] is the pure Euclidean Laplacian, G is the universal gravitational constant and f is the gravitational scalar potential.
Physicists are seeking to pin down the surprisingly elusive gravitational constant.
Carefully surveying the seafloor, the sea level and other variables, the scientists determined the gravitational constant G to an accuracy of 2 parts in 1,000.