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open interval

n.
A set of numbers consisting of all the numbers between a pair of given numbers but not including the endpoints.
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 Noun 1 open interval - an interval that does not include its endpointsunbounded intervalinterval - a set containing all points (or all real numbers) between two given endpointsbounded interval, closed interval - an interval that includes its endpoints
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and similarly an open interval (a, b) can be represented [2,6].
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Let f:XRR for an open interval X is a scalar function and consider that the nonlinear equation f(x)=0 (or x=g(x)) , where g(x):XRR, then, we have a new second order iterative method [18]
An n-valued interval neutrosophic set is strongly convex if for any two points [x.sub.1] and [x.sub.2] and any [lambda] in the open interval (0.1).
If a median (or other percentile wage) for an occupation falls into the open interval, OES can determine only that the percentile falls at or above the lower bound of the open interval but cannot assign a specific value to that percentile.
where f: I [??]: R [right arrow] R for an open interval I is a scalar function.
First of all, we suppose that u" = 0 on an open interval; that is, u(x) = ax + b, a, b [member of] R.

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