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added ingredient

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increasing, as in force, by successive additions

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something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine

designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree

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characterized or produced by addition

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That means the game's characteristic function v satisfies super additivity. Only when characteristic function v satisfies the super additivity condition, the necessity of forming a new alliance can be achieved.
The additivity of the ATTD or STTD of P in corn, SBM, and CM was analyzed as a completely randomized design using the following model:
The decreased o-Ps intensity is due to the decreased probability of o-Ps formation (o-Ps inhibition) and show positive deviation from linear additivity relation [29].
The reliability of the internal consistency of the 32-item DEU-MDDS was measured with four indices; Cronbach's alpha (0.92), intraclass correlations (0.896, p=0.0001), Tukey's additivity test (p=0.0001, F=67.06, a=2.63, Grand mean=2.571), and Hotelling's T-square tests (p=0.0001, F=73.25).
The formation enthalpies in solid state experimentally found were compared with those obtained by means of the group additivity method, with parameters recommended by Domalski and Hearing [14].
Searching for a complete assessment of the TSA linearity, tests of additivity were carried out and the results are shown in Figures 6, 7, and 8.
For the additivity axiom, let (f; U) [member of] C(M) with Fix(f) [intersection] U [??] [U.sub.1] [??] [U.sub.2].
In both cases, the experimentally observed effects stayed well within the statistical 95% confidence belt of the additivity prediction curves, which led us to conclude that the mixture effect was additive (Table 2, Figure 3).
According to the additivity hypothesis, heuristic cues and message arguments have independent main effects on attitude change if they do not contradict each other.
(i) According to Lemmas 4 and 5 and the additivity property of the index, we have
In the NK model mutational additivity usually holds for noninteracting positions in sequences.
The CSLS decomposition overcomes these criticisms, but at the cost of exact additivity. Which approach is more appropriate depends upon what a researcher is interested in learning.
The additive effects [d] were significant in more number of crosses as compared to dominance effects [h], however, higher values for dominance effects [h] suggest the role of dominance more important than additivity in maize for this trait (Iqbal et al., 2010).
Deviation from additivity were noticed by excess risk due to interaction (RERI), the attributable proportion due to interaction (AP), and synergy index (S) and their confidence intervals at 95% by pre-programmed Excel spreadsheets (16,17).
Since the chemical composition of slurry components for the glazed coating and glass ceramics are of the same type, the role of forming oxides and clay additives is disclosed, the main physical and chemical properties of glazed coating are calculated according to the additivity rule [6], according to which any specific property of glass (glaze) is considered as a linear function of the percentage composition of its specific components.