(There are certain assumptions that are laid out for the utility functions of first-movers and second-movers, and for details please refer to the original source.) Donations of the first-movers remain at zero for those that donated up to 100 points in experiment A, and later becomes an

increasing function, but the donations are suppressed compared to the actual amount.

In parallel, she is also relearning how to control her missing hand using virtual reality, and in few weeks, she will be using a prosthetic hand with

increasing function and sensations in her daily life.

X'(c) is an

increasing function for [GAMMA] [less than or equal to] c < 1/(2R).

Gersbach offers a second insight in chapter 8: in the case of aggregate shocks to benefits and costs, the efficiency of democratic constitutions can be preserved if supermajority mies are replaced by tax-sensitive rules, where the required majority is a strictly monotonically

increasing function of aggregate tax revenues.

Furthermore, based on Cebula (1980), Haworth and Rasmussen (1973), Ostrosky (1983), Hogan (1984), and Kurre (2003), it is expected that the dependent variable, COSTj, is also an

increasing function of the population density in state j expressed as the number of persons per square mile, POPDENj, ceteris paribus, since greater population density implies greater congestion and hence higher costs for the movement of both inputs and commodities.

We consider a weakly

increasing function h : {1, 2, ..., n} [right arrow] {1, 2, ..., n} satisfying h(j) [greater than or equal to] j for j = 1, ..., n.

This curve implies that at low marginal tax rates, tax revenues are an

increasing function of tax rates, while at high marginal rates, tax revenues are a decreasing function of tax rates.

In this paper, we will consider the existence of a strong solution of SDE (1) when the drift coefficient b(t, x) is an

increasing function but need not be continuous with respect to x and the diffusion coefficient [sigma](t, [X.sub.t]) satisfies ([C.sub.[sigma]]) condition.

Obviously, [f.sub.1](x) is a strictly

increasing function for x [greater than or equal to] 2 and m > 0.

Suppose that [phi] [member of] C([R.sub.0], [R.sub.0]) is a strictly

increasing function with [phi](0) = 0 and [psi](u) is a nondecreasing continuous function with [psi](u) > 0 for u [member of] [R.sub.+].

It is also clear that both two equilibriums are the

increasing function of the consumer's evaluation (L or H).

A recent meta-analysis of spinal manipulation for acute low back pain concluded that it is moderately effective in reducing pain and

increasing function. (2) And although the evidence is not considered strong, the American College of Physicians included massage, tai chi, yoga, acupuncture, motor control exercises, and progressive relaxation in their recent recommendations for the treatment of acute, subacute, and chronic low back pain.