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corresponding in character or kind

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coinciding when superimposed

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Second, participants in the congruent condition experienced pleasant sounds in both phases (water and bells or click and birds, respectively, counterbalanced) and participants in the incongruent condition experienced pleasant sounds in phase 1 (water and bells) and aversive sounds (boom and alarm) in phase 2, or vice versa.
Varying l implies that there are infinitely many integers of the form n(l) congruent to k modulo p.
1](n) denote the number of partitions of n with parts congruent to all parts (mod 16) and all having two colors except for parts congruent to [+ or -]1, [+ or -]6, [+ or -]7 (mod 16) and odd parts being distinct.
This was followed by a coding process (Davey et ah, 2010) which involved the first author (EH) using her judgment to transform the raw statements made by participants into a code of congruency: (1) not congruent, (2) somewhat congruent, and (3) clearly congruent.
Additionally, CDI will own a 49% interest in Congruent Talent.
The vanishing conditions for supercooling near the Cu-Mn congruent minimum suggest these alloys would exhibit high castability, which would be unusual among copper alloys, especially of such high concentration.
In the 48 critical pairs, 16 pairs were congruent pairs, 16 were incongruent pairs, and remaining 16 were control pairs.
We assume that there are two types of councilors, congruent and non-congruent with the workforce.
The number of partitions of n in which any part with odd multiplicity must appear at least 2r +1 times equals the number of partitions of n where all parts must be even or congruent to 2r + 1 (mod 4r + 2).
For example, classification time for words as being positive or negative is better in a congruent condition, in which the vertical position of a word on a computer screen corresponds to the word's affective valence connotation, than in an incongruent condition, in which vertical position and affective valence connotation do not correspond to one another, despite the fact that the task does not require any verbal metaphor understanding at all (Meier & Robinson, 2004).
The standard rule for joining congruent (geometrically identical) squares to make polyomino shapes, such as pentominoes does not allow any way of joining two or more squares, other than by a whole edge, against a whole edge.
Nursing organizations including the National League for Nursing, the American Nurses Association, and the International Council of Nurses have produced documents stating that culturally congruent health care is a basic right.
The results revealed that the volunteers performed better during congruent trials than incongruent trials - they were faster and more accurate when the gesture matched the spoken word.
For instance, 6 is the area of the famous right triangle with sides three, four, and five; so 6 is a congruent number.
We are taught in geometry that two triangles can be congruent under various conditions; for example, if SSS = SSS or if SAS = SAS or if ASA = ASA and so on, where S represents a side of the triangle and A an angle.