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Square

A unit of area equivalent to 100 square feet. It has historically been used to measure real estate in Australia.
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2, in which y is the inverse square root of input x.
Finding a square root became merely a matter of using a square root key, originally pressed after the number, but on modern calculators such as the one shown in the left screen in Figure 4, pressed before the number, as for the conventional representation.
Figure 2 (a) and (b) shows the variation of raised cosine and its square root signal pulses for different values of excess bandwidth parameter, AY and the variation of their both functions realizable.
5 (A + x) leads to an upper bound [approximately equals] M / (8 [square root of 2]) for the argument of the square root function.
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In 1878 when two brothers stole a mathematical papyrus from the ancient Egyptian burial site in the Valley of Kings, they led scholars to the earliest known occurrence of the square root of a negative number.
Since hydrogen solubility is related directly to the square root of pressure, decreased pressure reduces hydrogen solubility, increasing the tendency for bubble formation in the sample.
A sum/difference integrator CAM acts as an integrator on the sum or difference of up to three input voltages, which can be used to create closed-loop feedback circuits, while a new square root CAM generates the square root of the input voltage and can be used for linearization or RMS calculation.
Taking out a factor L(1 - [alpha]) from the square root we have:
How many of its decimal digits are in the actual value of square root of 2?
As I recall, the stall speed goes up with the square root of load.
The square root of 2, the square root of 3, and the constant e (the base of the natural logarithms) fall into the same category.