rational function

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rational function

n.
A function that can be expressed as a quotient of polynomials, excluding division by zero.
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If deterrence via proportional punishment is a rational cornerstone in the administration of justice all along the spectrum of wrongs and remedies, that rational equation doesn't mysteriously disintegrate at the severity-apex of crimes and consequence.
If A [not equal to] 0, B + C [not equal to] 0 then the equation (30) is third order rational equation of a curve.
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Ladas, "When does local asymptotic stability imply global attractivity in rational equations?" Journal of Difference Equations and Applications, vol.