# degrees of approximation造句

## 例句與造句

- The different members of the family represent different
*degrees of approximation*to reality. - For most projects N \ gg 1, so that, to a good
*degree of approximation* - Yet the result's
*degree of approximation*to Ibn Ishaq's original text can only be conjectured. - A distinct feature of Yemenite Hebrew is that there is some
*degree of approximation*between the " c阹? ". - Also, in practice a local region is never exactly one-dimensional but can be so to a sufficient
*degree of approximation*. - It's difficult to find
*degrees of approximation*in a sentence. 用*degrees of approximation*造句挺難的 - This fundamental result, called the Shell theorem, enables the inverse square law of gravitation to be applied to the real solar system to a very close
*degree of approximation*. - An abstract structure may be represented ( perhaps with some
*degree of approximation*) by one or more physical objects this is called an implementation or instantiation of the abstract structure. - The function " f ", in the usual way for Monte Carlo, can give all the moments etc . of the distribution up to some
*degree of approximation*. - Poisson addressed the question of the stability of the planetary orbits, which had already been settled by Lagrange to the first
*degree of approximation*from the perturbation forces, and derived the Poisson's equation, named after him. - One of Robertson's landmark papers, a brief note in " The Annals of Mathematics ", entitled a " Note on the preceding paper : The two body problem in general relativity ", solved that problem within a
*degree of approximation*not improved on for several decades. - To compare various properties measured in scales different in range and dimension K _ i, a relative dimensionless ratio, is used to show the
*degree of approximation*of Qi, ( absolute property indicator ) to the maximum Q ^ { max }, and minimum Q ^ { min }. - Thus, " B " can be determined, to a good
*degree of approximation*, by determining the mean slope of a Millikan-Lauritsen plot over some range of values of 1 / " V ", and by applying a correction, using the value of 1 / " V " at the midpoint of the range and an assumed value of " ? ". - Studies that ask musicians and non-musicians to sing or hum well-known popular songs that have definitive recordings ( and hence are sung in standardized keys ) show that on average participants sing within a semitone of the standardized key but that outside the small subset of participants with absolute pitch there is broad variation ( the " bell curve " that reflects the
*degree of approximation*to the standard key is broad and flat ). - Next ( or in the opinion of some, first ) in importance stand the memoirs on Connaissance des temps " ( 1821 ), etc .; and " Sur le mouvement de la terre autour de son centre de gravit?", in " M閙oires de l'Acad閙ie " ( 1827 ), etc . In the first of these memoirs, Poisson discusses the famous question of the stability of the planetary orbits, which had already been settled by Lagrange to the first
*degree of approximation*for the disturbing forces.