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Synonyms for equivalent

Synonyms for equivalent

agreeing exactly in value, quantity, or effect

possessing the same or almost the same characteristics

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

Synonyms for equivalent

a person or thing equal to another in value or measure or force or effect or significance etc

the atomic weight of an element that has the same combining capacity as a given weight of another element

being essentially equal to something


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Within the terminology introduced above, both Dexter and I had, in fact, listed all possible outcomes for three flips of a fair coin; however, I had listed all the possible outcomes as the sample space {HHH, HTT, THT, TTH, HHT, HTH, THH, TTT} and Dexter had listed all the possible outcomes as one sample set {3H, 1H & 2T, 2H & 1T, 3T} (or equivalently {{HHH}, {HTT, THT, TTH}, {HHT, HTH, THH}, {TTT}}).
Therefore, U'(1) < 0 if cov(u'(W- P), X) < 0 or equivalently, by Lemma 2, if X is positively expectation dependent with respect to W.
ii) Partial isometry if T*TT* = T* or equivalently TT*T = T.
Where so-called football experts have a predilection for the overuse of the phrase "world class" its equivalently abused cousin in music criticism seems to be the description of any Tom, Dick or Harry as a "legend".
By occupying less than 25% of the space of an equivalently sized battery system, the VSS+DC saves valuable floor space in the data center leading to higher computing density.
Chrysler make the point that they don't want to compete directly with the European half of their family, yet in the next breath point out that the 300C is actually "31 per cent cheaper than the equivalently equipped E-Class Merc".
Foy: This paragraph equivalently denies the sufficiency of grace and incorrectly says that these people do not reject the teaching authority of the Church.
The only other art books likely to reach an equivalently large audience are those tied to television series.
A signature of this change is its effect on the location of the zero in the asymmetry (or, equivalently, A).
Maybe the next time you see a CT request that essentially says, "rule out disease" or an equivalently nebulous indication, you can take the time to call your clinical colleagues and discuss the matter.
modulo 10, or, equivalently, the last digit of the letter value.
It will bring degree or equivalently qualified computer professionals with significant experience up to date in software and software development practices.
In many circumstances, key employees of closely held C corporations can be compensated with salary and other benefits not granted proportionately or equivalently to other employees.
Help eventually came in the form of producer Jon Avnet (``Risky Business,'' ``George of the Jungle''), who spent six years rounding up independent financing for the feature project, the cost of which has been estimated at under $50 million - or less than half of what an equivalently scaled summer blockbuster goes for these days.
In rendering this dialogued poetic outpouring, which is enclosed within sections bearing significant titles such as After the Illness, Deliriums, Ravings, Visions, Bonaffini manages to render the simplicity of the Italian and the depth of meaning with an equivalently efficacious English expression.