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Equilibrium

The stable state of the system. See: Attractor.

Equilibrium

A state of stable prices brought about by the rough equality of supply and demand. This applies for consumer goods, securities, and most other goods and services.

equilibrium

a state of balance with no tendency to change. See EQUILIBRIUM MARKET PRICE, EQUILIBRIUM LEVEL OF NATIONAL INCOME, DISEQUILIBRIUM.
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The discriminant model of transport supply-demand equilibrium structure of urban agglomeration can be applied to most of the general urban agglomeration to judge the transport supply and demand structure equilibrium state and the appropriate measures should be taken to adjust supply and demand of various transport modes promoting the achievement of dynamic equilibrium state.
The study of dynamic equilibrium can also involve the analysis of the adaptive answers provided through the systematic realization of the complex sequence of tasks associated with the flexions, articular extensions, and rotations; e.g., jumping and landing.
To complicate matters further, if a student's individual needs are to be considered to achieve an enhanced learning experience, this adds an additional dynamic quality within the already dynamic equilibrium of the TPACK framework.
The transport time needed to achieve dynamic equilibrium states is different for plasma with different radii.
A dynamic equilibrium between CSCs and CCs may therefore exist within tumors that can be shifted bidirectionally by intrinsic or extrinsic signals that influence the probability of interconversion between the CSC and non-CSC compartments [36, 37].
Zhang, "Emphasis to keep the land productive capacity-understanding of the dynamic equilibrium of the total farmland in the new situation," China Land, no.
An interdisciplinary survey of sustainability from multiple disciplinary perspectives exposes social workers to a web of interrelated ideas and knowledge formations, and it engages them in a broader movement to achieve dynamic equilibrium with nature and human progress.
Therefore, it is incumbent upon the man to protect the nature and not to disrupt the dynamic equilibrium set by Almighty Allah.
THE DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM (The Jakarta Post, Jakarta)
Erdogan's policies have also seen the Turkish economy realigning more closely to the regional markets in the GCC and MENA countries through a shift in foreign policy which is now based on the concepts of "a dynamic equilibrium" and "strategic depth".
MANAGEMENT HAS TO MAINTAIN THE DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN CHANGE AND CONTINUITY.

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