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last or greatest in an indefinitely large series

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The temperatures of the n-th active elements of the LPIEC can be described here by the recurrence relation [10]:
n]([chi]) is simply the value of the n-th derivative of L(s, [chi]) at s = 1.
2 is an integer, q [member of] K is a primitive n-th root of unity and p [member of] K.
n]--tension force of the part of product at n-th operation, twisted during previous (n-1) operations;
t] is the standardized volatility of the n-th month futures contract measured using GARCH (1,1), [QUOTA.
The n-th roots of unity always include the real number 1, and also include the real number -1 if n is even.
Tracking of the points of interest is a local procedure initiated at all frames except first and each N-th frames (i.
ni]--standardized value of the n-th partial index over i-th object; n--numerical value of the n-th partial index over i-th object; [x.
Majumdar [1] gave the formula for n-th term of the following sequences: Smarandache cyclic natural determinant sequence, Smarandache cyclic arithmetic determinant sequence, Smarandache bisymmetric natural determinant sequence and Smarandache bisymmetric arithmetic determinant sequence.
n] is the complex curvature matrix associated with the n-th current.
In X-axis, the n-th AEP [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] of [N.
n], which correspond to the n-th harmonic TM-mode in the z-direction, can be represented by the equivalent transmission-line circuit of Figure 5.
In the n-th range bin, the azimuth signal of background is
A language L' is an n-th order approximation to L if
n] is identified with the n-th energy level and the system is decay free.