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a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

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a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates

a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head

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Based on static equilibrium and equivalent principle, we obtain
where [DELTA][x.sub.11] and [DELTA][x.sub.21] are the amount of compression for upper and lower spring in static equilibrium under the converter length of [l'.sub.0], respectively.
TABLE 1: Calculated hyperfine coupling constants ([A.sub.iso]) [MHz] for static equilibrium structure ([A.sup.eq.sub.iso]) and for the structures selected during the MD simulation ([A.sup.310K.sub.iso]).
Turning our attention to macroeconomic themes, Keynes's General Theory is characterised as reinvoking the static equilibrium method, whereas in his earlier writings Keynes could have been perceived to be describing monetary disequilibrium, by, for example, incorporating the lessons of Wicksell in a dynamic explanation of the business cycle.
Because the analysis of slope stability is statically indeterminate, the factor of safety cannot be obtained directly from the static equilibrium condition.
Despite inequity, there was a kind of static equilibrium between the rulers and the ruled Because of inequality and inherent contradictions, states were vulnerable entities.
However, his emphasis on the dynamism of earth's environment in contrast with a static equilibrium model is, I believe, correct.
The 'marginalist static equilibrium' representation of the firm had, in Andrews' judgement, encouraged the generation of a priori generalisations about the behaviour of business 'without any feeling that it was part of the job of the theorist to get nearer the apparently muddy and confused real world of business management' (Andrews 1964: 92).
5 points are given for each correct landing and coverage of the mark and one point for every second is added while maintaining the static equilibrium. The subject can get a maximum of 10 points for each marker or a total of 100 points for the entire track.
Using a static equilibrium, we show that collusive behavior results in each firm producing the monopoly level of output and service provision; our results indicate that each firm enjoys the monopoly level of profit as well.
For many applications it may be necessary to examine only the static equilibrium contact angle using dyne solutions in accordance with a documented test procedure such as ASTM D2578.
By contrast, a "static equilibrium" approach is concerning the sustainable rate at which carbon is emitted and not the consequences of exceedance (Lowe 2006).
To make further progress with his main line of enquiry, he had to assume that there was some form of auctioneer or town crier, who identified and announced the "true" (ie, static equilibrium) price, before any trading started.
It is important to avoid the configurations that are producing drawbacks in the static equilibrium of the mechanical structure.