Identical equation

Related to Identical equation: linear equation
(Alg.) an equation which is true for all values of the algebraic symbols which enter into it.

See also: Identical

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Archer will be subject to an identical equation, meaning England would theoretically be willing to put the pair's tournament in doubt if it helped keep the team alive in the competition.
Providing he gets through practice and morning unscathed, we think that he might be fit to play." Archer will be subject to an identical equation, meaning England would theoretically be willing to put the pair's tournament in doubt if it helped keep the team alive in the competition.
To make arbitrary q and [xi] satisfy the identical equation (23), the coefficients have to meet the following conditions:
Firstly, we obtain the uncertainty principle of the one-dimensional WDL based on the Moyal identical equation. Then, we derive the Heisenberg uncertainty principle of the n-dimensional LCT and obtain the uncertainty principle of the n-dimensional WDL.
From the proof, one can find that the essence of this uncertainty principle is the Moyal identical equation, and the Moyal identical equations are also correct for the AF and the AFL [10]; hence we also obtain the uncertainty principle of the AFL as follows.
Parseval identical equation, we have that [[parallel][??][parallel].sup.2] = [[parallel]f[parallel].sup.2] = 1.
and, after reversing the process, to an identical equation for.
To compact the notation, we make use of the symbol "[phi] [right arrow] [lambda], t" whenever the identical equation for 2 or t results by simply replacing [phi] by [lambda] or t.
Literature [3] has studied the infinite sequence astringency, has given the identical equation: