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mo·no·mi·al

 (mŏ-nō′mē-əl, mə-)
n.
1. Mathematics An algebraic expression consisting of only one term.
2. Biology A taxonomic name consisting of a single word.


mo·no′mi·al adj.

monomial

(mɒˈnəʊmɪəl)
n
(Mathematics) maths an expression consisting of a single term, such as 5ax
adj
1. (Mathematics) consisting of a single algebraic term
2. (Biology) biology of, relating to, or denoting a taxonomic name that consists of a single term
[C18: mono- + (bin)omial]

mo•no•mi•al

(moʊˈnoʊ mi əl, mə-)

n.
1. an algebraic expression or quantity that consists of a single term.
2. a taxonomic name that consists of a single term.
adj.
3. of or pertaining to a single term, expression, or quantity.
[1700–10; mon- + (bin) omial]

mo·no·mi·al

(mŏ-nō′mē-əl)
An algebraic expression consisting of a single term, such as 4x.
Translations
monom

monomial

[mɒˈnəʊmɪəl]
1. adjmonomiale
2. nmonomio
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However, this requires cost functions and basic equations to be posynomial and/or monomial format [5]-[9].
In our designed model, the data transmission time is divided into T slots (from T to 1) and we adopt a monomial energy-bit function in [9] [16] and [17] to demonstrate the energy consumed per transmission time slot.
Duffin (1970) condensed the posynomial functions to a monomial form (by a logarithmic transformation, it became linear), and particularly showed that a "duality gap" function could not occur in geometric programming.
We also initiate the investigation of dendriform coalgebra structures on matroids and introduce a monomial invariant which satisfy a convolution identity with respect to restriction and deletion.
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The report of the CNEE: Price Decrease in Short-Term Contracts: The prices of this process show a decline from the prices obtained in previous processes, eg for the period 2013-2014 the bidding process TNS-2-2012 and 1-2013 TNS--they reflected a monomial average purchase of U.
Among the topics are existence results for finite field polynomials with specified properties, the classification of perfect nonlinear and almost perfect nonlinear monomial functions, finite fields and quasi-random points, some algebraic and arithmetic aspects of iterations of rational functions, and new results and applications of additive combinatorics over finite fields.
It was introduced to assess the degree of heavy metal pollution in sediments, according to the toxicity of heavy metals and the response of the environment and can be calculated with the following formula (Hakanson, 1980); Where "RI" is calculated as the sum of all risk factors for heavy metals in sediments, "Ei " is the monomial potential ecological risk factor, "Ti " is the toxic response factor for a given substance that accounts for the toxic requirement and the sensitivity requirement (Table I), "Ci " is the contamination factor, "Ci " is the concentration of metals in the sediment and "Ci " is a reference value for metals (Table I).
Contract award: reading meters in households and economic agents monomial rate.
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