## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 11Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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It differs from numerical problem solving in that the

from a mathematical algorithm . Rather , the

looking for and combining all useful ideas or clues , each of which contributes to

...

It differs from numerical problem solving in that the

**solution**path does not comefrom a mathematical algorithm . Rather , the

**solution**to a problem is obtained bylooking for and combining all useful ideas or clues , each of which contributes to

...

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It is this sample

shows how the sample

the burning of an oxidant such as air and a fuel such as acetylene . Hence , there

are ...

It is this sample

**solution**that is usually introduced into the flame . Figure 4ashows how the sample

**solution**is introduced into the flame . A flame is formed bythe burning of an oxidant such as air and a fuel such as acetylene . Hence , there

are ...

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The

function u° and a particular integral up ... for classical governing equations often

turns out to be an adjoint operator of L . If we now choose u * to be the

the ...

The

**solution**of Eq . ( 1 ) can be constructed as the sum of the complimentaryfunction u° and a particular integral up ... for classical governing equations often

turns out to be an adjoint operator of L . If we now choose u * to be the

**solution**ofthe ...

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### Contents

Archaeological Geology 31 Atomic Spectroscopy | 381 |

Artificial Intelligence 43 Auger Electron Spectroscopy | 395 |

Automobile Technology | 417 |

Copyright | |

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